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Anorectal function and outcomes after transanal minimally invasive surgery for rectal tumors
Background: Transanal endoscopic microsurgery is a minimally invasive technique that allows full-thickness resection and suture closure of the defect for large rectal adenomas, selected low-risk rectal cancers, or small ...
Rectal diverticulitis mimicking rectal carcinoma with intestinal obstruction: Case report
Although diverticular disease of the colon is common, the occurrence of rectal diverticula is extremely rare with only sporadic reports in the literature since 1911. Symptomatic rectal diverticula are seen even less ...
Evaluation of Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Patients who Attempted Suicide by Self-Inflicted Burn Using Catalyzer
Our aim was to assess demographic and clinical characteristics of patients treated at our units who attempted suicide by self-incineration, and to compare the results of burns with or without catalyzer use. Twenty patients ...
Vascular Variations and Anastomosis Techniques in Renal Transplant Donors
Purpose: We aimed to share our experience about vascular variations and anastomosis tecniques in renal transplant donors. Material and Methods: 128 donor nephrectomy performed in our hospital between February 2010 and ...
Mucormycosis with Orbital Apex Syndrome in a Renal Transplant Recipient
Mucormycosis is a rarely encountered invasive fungal infection with high mortality. Solid organ transplantation is one of the risk factors for mucormycosis. Mucormycosis can be classified in six different groups according ...