Metin Kaplan

Mehmet Faik Ozveren2
Fatih Serhat Erol1
Cahide Topsakal1
Zekai Seckin1
Bekir Akgün1
2Mehmet Faik Ozveren
1Fatih Serhat Erol
1Cahide Topsakal
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SUMMARY In conventional spectrum management, spectrum bands are given to license holders with static policies. As there is dramatice increase in areas of wireless applications, most of the users have problems to find spectrum bands to operate on while most of the spectrum bands are not utilized. Cognitive radio is a tecnology which is proposed to solve this(More)
The combination of anterior and posterior instrumentation provides the most stable repair for burst fractures of the thoracolumbar spine. However, the use of both approaches on a trauma patient may increase morbidity. Stabilization of three columns through only one approach can provide an effective outcome. We treated eight patients with burst fracture(More)
A 31-year-old male was presented with a very rare case of ipsilateral palsies of the nerves IX through XII (Collet-Sicard syndrome) after a closed head injury. An occipital condyle fracture that was associated with epidural hematoma was diagnosed by computed tomography. The patient was conservatively managed, and following the treatment, partial(More)
We present a rare case of self-inflicted penetrating head trauma by a 34-year-old male who hammered four nails into his own head; he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia seven years before. On the physical examination, four nails were observed in the hairy scalp that had been driven into the cranium in the right temporal and parietal areas of the head. No(More)
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