Nurten Turhan-Haktanir

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Due to its unique composition, the reconstruction of scrotal skin defects is a major clinical challenge. This study was designed to evaluate the effects of scrotal reconstruction, using skin grafts and skin flaps, on spermatogenesis. In Group 1, the rats did not undergo surgery and were used as controls. In Group 2, after removal of all of the scrotal skin(More)
Chondroid syringoma is a myxoid tumor of the skin, which has a reported incidence of <0.01% among primary skin tumors. The majority of these tumors occur in the head and neck regions of adult males. The correct diagnosis is made by histopathologic examination. We present the first instance of chondroid syringoma in a child, which, to the best of our(More)
BACKGROUND We aimed to evaluate the anatomic variations of supraorbital foramina/notches in living subjects using multidetector CT (MDCT) related to age, sex, and side. METHODS Computer records of 399 patients (207 men and 192 women) referred for high-resolution CT examinations were evaluated for presence, shape, width, and distance from the nasion. (More)
The number of reported coexistences of ordinary lipoma and spindle cell lipoma is very limited in the literature. We present a patient with neighboring large spindle cell lipoma and ordinary lipoma in the posterior neck. Clinical, radiologic, and histologic findings of the case are presented with distinguished figures. Complete surgical removal confirmed(More)
Pilomatricoma, although rare, is the second most frequent benign skin tumor in childhood. It is a hard, painless, slowly progressing subcutaneous tumor that is commonly located in the head-neck region, especially periorbital, and in the upper extremities. Histopathologic characteristics are distinctive. In this study, we performed a retrospective review of(More)
BACKGROUND Expression of Interferon regulatory factor-1 (IRF-1) has been demonstrated in a variety of cancers previously. To the best of our knowledge, there is only one report about the IRF-1 expression in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) specimens, which has demonstrated increased expression of the IRF-1 gene in BCC versus normal skin. Furthermore, IRF-1(More)
This study was performed to experimentally evaluate the viability and coverage of diced cartilage grafts for cranial defects. Biparietal bone defects were prepared in each of 20 rabbits. Otogenous bone grafts were fixed to one side, whereas cartilage grafts taken from the right ear, diced, and wrapped with oxidized regenerated cellulose (Surgicel) were(More)
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