Koray Camurdan

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Multiple compression fractures of osteoporotic vertebrae are common in patients with a liver transplant or with chronic liver disease. The authors describe two such patients, treated with percutaneous cement vertebroplasty at 12 levels, respectively in 4 and in 2 sessions. No complications were seen after follow-up periods of 12 and 8 months respectively.(More)
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Brucellosis can affect the musculoskeletal system, and bony involvement ranges from 2% to 70% in the literature. Spinal brucellosis is generally localized to the sacroiliac region; thoracic brucellosis is rarely seen. PURPOSE To present a case with noncontiguous multilevel thoracic brucellosis with spinal cord compression. STUDY(More)
In this prospective study, our aim was to determine the clinical and radiographic outcomes of the surgical treatment of primary complex problem femoral and humeral shaft fractures treated by a new technique called “sandwich technique.” A total of 45 patients with comminuted, complex and/or osteopoenic fractures of the femur or humerus (30 femoral and 15(More)
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