Korhan Barış Bayram

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OBJECTIVE Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is a chronic degenerative disease with pain in the back, buttocks and legs aggrevated by walking and relieved after rest without associated vascular disease of lower extremities observed in patients between 50 and 60 years. Several studies, using different methods indicated an association between slowing or blocking of(More)
BACKGROUND The most commonly used clinical tools for measuring spasticity are modified Ashworth scale (MAS) and Tardieu scale but both yield subjective rather than objective results. Ultrasound elastography (EUS) provides information on tissue stiffness and allows the qualitative or quantitative measurements of the mechanical properties of tissues. (More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Clinicians associate the changes in cervical lordosis with neck pain, but there is no clear consensus on this. We aimed to investigate the relationships of cervical angles, neck pain, disability, and the psychological status of the patients with acute and chronic neck pain. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 110 patients with neck pain were(More)
A 50 year-old woman was known with Klippel-Feil syndrome (KFS), consisting of a clinical triad of a short neck, low posterior hairline and restricted neck motion. She was complaining of new onset neck pain radiating down to midscapular region. Physical examination revealed moderate weakness of both biceps and polex muscles. She had diminished sensation of(More)
A 40-year-old woman referred to the radiology department because of pain in the region of the coccyx. There was no abnormality neither localized tenderness or swelling in the sacrococcygeal region. She had difficulty in defecation but gastrointestinal pathology such as stool test for occult blood was negative. For radiological examination lateral and(More)
OBJECTIVE: Lateral epicondylitis is one of the widely seen lesions of the arm characterized by pain localized over lateral epicondyle which is the insertion site of the wrist extensors, and extensor muscles of the forearm. It is easy to diagnose lateral epicondylitis but treatment involves some inherent drawbacks. Conservative management includes(More)
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