Mehmet Cuhadar

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The effect of transsphenoidal hypophysectomy is presented in 60 patients with visual impairment due to a pituitary adenoma, derived from a total series of 194 patients. The preoperative visual acuity and visual fields were compared with those one year after operation. The visual field loss was estimated using a semi-quantitative method. Seventy-two eyes had(More)
OBJECTIVE Colon cancer patients presented with obstruction were known to have worse postoperative morbidity and mortality rates, but conflicting data has been reported in recent years. We aimed to investigate postoperative complication rates, and short and long-term oncological outcomes in patients with colon cancer treated with either emergency surgery due(More)
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