Yusuf Ziya Demiroğlu

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Cranial nerve involvement in brucellosis is rare. We present a case of brucellosis presenting with optic neuritis and abducens nerve palsy on the left side. Cerebrospinal fluid findings indicated Brucella meningitis with high protein count, low sugar level and pleocystosis. In addition, Brucella agglutination test (Wright test) was found to be 1/128 in(More)
A 39-year-old man with a 4-month history of transient pins and needles sensations occurring below the waist while walking and difficulty walking presented to our outpatient clinic. He had an approximate 1-year history of bilateral hearing loss, the etiology of which was unknown. His symptoms had been progressive, and there was no significant family history.(More)
OBJECTIVE Haematopoietic stem cell recipients need central venous catheters (CVCs) for easy administration of intravenous fluid, medications, apheresis, or dialysis procedures. However, CVCs may lead to infectious or non-infectious complications such as thrombosis. The effect of these complications on transplantation outcome is not clear. This manuscript(More)
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