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2020-10-31 Research Article

Intentıonal reımplantatıon of hopeless teeth: Cases serıes

Dilek Özkan Şen, Betül Irız, Ümmühan Tekin Atay and Elif Öncü*


Intentional replantation is an alternative for the treatment of advanced periodontal destruction of the anterior teeth. Systemically healthy three female patient was referred to our clinic with functional complaints. Diagnosis were chronic periodontitis and class III mobility...

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2020-10-06 Review Article

The role of robotic segmentectomy for non-small cell lung cancer

Anil Gokce*, Yucel Akkas and Bulent Kocer


Segmentectomy may be applied to all segments; superior segmentectomies (lower lobe superior segments for both lungs), lingulectomies (two segments forming lingulas of upper left lobe) and basal segmentectomies (segments other than superior segment for both lungs). In lung segme...

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2020-09-11 Case Report

Recurrent pyogenic granuloma caused by intraosseous vessel: A case report

Hale Var and Efe Can Sivrikaya*


Pyogenic granuloma is a benign localized lesion of the skin and mucosa closely related to trauma, chronic irritation and hormonal changes. The method of treatment is surgical excision. But relapses can occur. For this reason, treatment with alternative methods such as cryothe...

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2020-08-14 Review Article

Video-assisted thoracic surgery in advanced non-small cell lung cancer treatment

Anil Gokce* and Celal Bugra Sezen


Non-small cell lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related mortality worldwide. Despite recent advances in adjuvant treatments, surgical resection is basis of treatment. With the development of minimally invasive surgery in thoracic surgery, surgeons work on mi...

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2020-07-24 Review Article

Leakage after sleeve gastrectomy: Endoscopic stenting VS surgical intervention

Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid*, Ahmed Zaki Gharib, Mohammed Abdelaal Mohammed and Tarek Mahmoud Ibraheem El Gindy


Background: Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is becoming more popular in the treatment of obesity. LSG is safe with a low morbidity. The complications rarely result in morbidity and even mortality. Leaks are the major complication associated with LSG wit...

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2020-07-24 Review Article

Anticipation of difficulty during laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid*, Ahmed Zaki Gharib, Mohammed Abdelaal Mohammed and Mahmoud Negida


Background: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC), is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures worldwide, it is accepted as the gold standard in the treatment of symptomatic gallstones for its minimal invasiveness, less pain and early recovery.


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2020-07-21 Case Report

When conservative treatment in trachea laserations?

Ahmet Nurdağ, Kenan Can Ceylan* and Şeyda Örs Kaya


Introduction: The tracheobronchial injuries are usually fatal and some of the lucky people can reach emergency services without dying in the place of trauma. They can cause severe symptoms which can be lifetreathing. This type of injuries must been taken caref...

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2020-07-15 Case Report

Acute necrotising pancreatitis masquerading as psoas abscess: A report of two cases

Praveenkumar M Patil*, Kartik Sharma and Navneet Kaur


Acute pancreatitis is commonly diagnosed clinically, with its classical presentation of upper abdominal pain, backed by raised serum levels of enzymes amylase and lipase. However, unusual presentation of this common surgical emergency as a psoas abscess is a rare finding whic...

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2020-07-06 Research Article

Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia: Factors predicting upstaging to carcinoma

Kristen Elstner*, Sinem Gultekin, Wendy Vincent and Sanjay Warrier


Aim: Percutaneous core needle biopsy (CNB) is considered the gold standard technique for initial histological diagnosis of suspicious breast lesions seen on screening mammogram, but it is less reliable for diagnosing atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH) due to s...

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2020-04-20 Case Report

Laparoscopic-Assisted Transumbilical Extracorporeal Resection of Meckel’s Diverticulum in 10 years old boy with symptoms of gastrointestinal bleeding

Karavdić K*, Firdus A, Mešić A, Rahmanović S, Milardović R and Đuran A


The Meckel’s diverticulum (MD) is the most common anomaly of ductus omphaloentericus that surgeon encounters in clinical practice. The accurate incidence is unknown because most patients with the Meckel’s diverticulum are asymptomatic. Most studies report an incid...

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