Mustafa Alper

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The aims of this study were to locate the infraorbital foramen and to determine the frequency and location of any accessory foramen, which may be troublesome during anesthetization of this region. In 45 cadavers, the infraorbital foramen was dissected according to classic principles for location. The line between the angulus oculi medialis and the angulus(More)
The production of androgens (mostly testosterone) during the early fetal stage is essential for the differentiation of the male brain. Some authors have suggested a relationship between androgen exposure during the prenatal period and schizophrenia. These two separate relationships suggest that digit length ratios are associated with schizophrenia in males.(More)
The present study was designed to describe the socio-demographic, clinical, and polysomnographic features of patients diagnosed with narcolepsy in our sleep center. This retrospective cross-sectional study was conducted on 181 patients diagnosed with narcolepsy based on the results of clinical evaluation, polysomnography (PSG), and multiple sleep latency(More)
Vertebral haemangiomas are relatively common, but those extending into the epidural space are rare. A 59-year-old man with severe lower back and right leg pain that did not resolve with conservative treatment was seen in an outpatient clinic. Magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbar spine identified an L3 vertebral corpus lesion with epidural extension. The(More)
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