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Surgical treatment2021-06-08T16:11:08+03:00

Surgical treatment

Among the Treatment Methods, Surgical Treatment; Includes Joint Endoscopic Surgery, Closed Lumbar Hernia, Closed Canal Stenosis Surgery, Joint Prostheses, Corrective Osteotomies, Cartilage Transplants, Fracture Treatments

Minimally Invasive Surgery as the Concept of God Physician Ends

Modern life and advanced technologies have buried demigod shamans, the legendary Imhotep and Hermes, who cured diseases, in unrealistic dreams, never to return. Even twenty years ago, medicine and physicians, which were expected in front of them with endless respect and whose post-treatment debt of loyalty could not be paid with expensive gifts and money, do not exist anymore... In

Diagnosis and Treatment of Articular Cartilage Lesions

Cartilage tissue is a metabolically active tissue. Healthy cartilage has an intercellular substance (matrix) rich in glucosaminoglycan glycoproteins, which hold a high amount of water in its hyaline cartilage structure. It is not a tissue that has the ability to repair itself, except for superficial losses. Since the cartilage cell is not capable of regeneration, the losses can be covered

4th ISMISS Turkey Meeting April 1-3 2011

"Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity." (Plato) We would not be overly ambitious to apply Plato’s maxim to simplifying surgical treatments. To name a few would include successful results of minimally invasive and endoscopic surgeries on failed back syndrome; simple surgical drainage, even on severe diskitis, instead of complicated surgeries; percutaneous endoscopic posterior

4th ISMISS Turkey Meeting April 1-3 2011

"Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity." (Plateau) We would not be overly ambitious to apply Plato’s maxim to simplifying surgical treatments. To name a few would include successful results of minimally invasive and endoscopic surgeries on failed back syndrome; simple surgical drainage, even on severe diskitis, instead of complicated surgeries; percutaneous endoscopic posterior

Orthopedics and Traumatology

Surgery is a sub-branch of medical sciences working on the surgery of trauma and deformities of the musculoskeletal system, muscle diseases, joint diseases surgery and medical treatment. It is performed by an orthopedic and traumatology specialist. The fact that physicians who accept patients after a 5-year education in Turkey dominate all sub-branches requires specialization due to the difficulty of following

Knee Diseases Amputations Orthotics and Prosthesis Applications

The knee joint is the joint where the center of gravity transfers the most complex load during the walking action and is the joint of the movement system that is most exposed to forces from different directions. In the distal of the femur, articulation of the condylar structure with the plateau structure in the proximal of the tibia creates a

Trauma and the Skeletal System

Although the concept of trauma is defined as a physical injury that changes the body, it is known to have complex biochemical consequences (see: endocrine response to trauma) in a living organism. The skeletal system provides the first defense in physical interactions with its strong carrier, skull and rib cage-like covering feature. Trauma; Whether blunt, penetrating or post-explosive, the skeletal

Fracture and Dislocation Treatments

A fracture is when a bone is injured by overload or high-energy impacts and loses its integrity. Great forces are required to break the bone except for reasons such as diseases that reduce its strength (Osteoporosis, Osteogenesis imperfecta, cancers and cysts). Fractures caused by the weakening of the bone with diseases are defined as "pathological fractures". Long and flat bones

Wrist Problems (Carpal Instability Frequency)

The frequency of carpal instability after distal radius fractures The functional results of 34 wrists of 33 patients who were treated conservatively at the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology at Gazi University between 1994-97 were evaluated according to the Brujin criteria. According to the Mayo classification, ten were type I, three were type II, eighteen type III, and three were

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