Nazan S Sivrioglu

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BACKGROUND Cutaneous horns (cornu cutaneum) are uncommon lesions consisting of keratotic material resembling that of an animal horn. Cutaneous horn may arise from a wide range of the epidermal lesions, which may be benign, premalignant or malignant. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this respective study, we describe our experience of eleven patients with cutaneous(More)
Keloid scars are one of the most challenging problems for physicians and surgeons. These scars have been treated in many ways, with varying success. Verapamil is a widely used calcium channel antagonist, and it has been shown that calcium channel blockers inhibit the synthesis/secretion of extracellular matrix molecules, including collagen,(More)
Condom catheters are often used in the management of male urinary incontinence, and are considered to be safe. As condom catheters are placed on the male genitalia, sometimes adequate care is not taken after placement owing to poor medical care of debilitated patients and feelings of embarrassment and shame. Similarly, sometimes the correct size of penile(More)
BACKGROUND Breast augmentation is one of the most common esthetic procedures with increasing frequency throughout the past years. The most demanding complications involving esthetic and reconstructive breast surgery are the malpositioning of the implant and capsular contracture. The etiology, prevention, and management remain to be fully explained.(More)
BACKGROUND Trauma and lipoma are the most frequently met occurrences in clinical routine. Although lipomas are well-known fatty tumors both clinically and pathologically, the precise etiology is still unknown. Generally, posttraumatic lipomas are known as "pseudolipoma," which describes herniation of deeper fat through Scarpa's layer secondary to trauma.(More)
BACKGROUND Although skin is the biggest organ of the body, cutaneous or subcutaneous metastasis from internal malignancies or primary skin cancers is very uncommon. OBJECTIVE In this report, we present two cases of in-transit cutaneous metastasis in acantholytic pattern from a skin tumor on the face. METHODS Both patients presented with the subcutaneous(More)
BACKGROUND In these reported cases, we observed the outcomes of skin take and wound healing using 2-octyl-cyanoacrylate glue, which was used as tissue glue in the reconstruction of complex genital skin loss due to fournier gangrene. METHODS Fifteen patients with Fournier's gangrene were treated in this study. After initial surgical debridement, all(More)