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In this study, the emulsion homopolymerization system containing vinyl acetate, potassium persulfate, a new cationic polymeric surfactant and water was studied by the applying semi-continuous emulsion polymerization process. The effects of new polymeric emulsifier on the physicochemical properties of obtained vinyl acetate latexes were investigated(More)
A case of unilateral anomalous arterial supply of the lower limb and the anterior abdominal wall is presented. In this case, inferior epigastric artery arose from a common trunk with the medial circumflex femoral artery. The common trunk arose from the femoral artery. The inferior epigastric artery reached the anterior abdominal wall by passing deep to the(More)
Tuberculosis infection (TB) is one of the most important problems for the rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients treated with anti-TNF agents. Pulmonary tuberculosis is the most common clinic form of the TB in these patients. However, tuberculosis arthritis is very rare. We present here a 72-year-old Caucasian woman with seropositive RA, treated with(More)
Optical coherence tomography is supported and used as a technique for visualisation of neuro-axonal loss in multiple sclerosis, but there are also a few studies expressing the opposite view. The aim of our study was to investigate retinal nerve fibre layer and optic nerve head parameters in patients with multiple sclerosis without a history of prior optic(More)
Isolated rupture of the vastus medialis muscle is rare, and surgical repair is recommended. The results of rehabilitation programme after the percutaneous intramuscular splintage of a nearly total vastus medialis muscle tear in a 52-year professional-master degree weight-lifter is presented in this report.
Vastus medialis muscle of a 52-year-old male professional weight-lifter (master degree) was ruptured during training. After 3 days, he (HG.,D. Height: 179 cm, Weight: 98 kg) was admitted to sports medicine clinic with oedema, pain, and swelling on the medial side of his right knee (dominant side). After the physical examination and MRI assessment, nearly(More)
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