Browsing by Author "Onat, Levent"
Authors:Onat, Levent; Karaman, Kutlay; Şirvancı, Mustafa; Aydıner, Ömer; Olga, Rüstem
Publisher and Date:(Bayçınar Tıbbi Yayıncılık, 2003)Karotis endarterektomi ve koroner bypass ameliyatları planlanan 65 yaşında erkek hastanın sağ femoral bölgesinde tril ve üfürüm mevcuttu. Yapılan manyetik rezonans anjiyografi incelemesinde sağ femoral arteriyovenöz fistül ve sol renal arterde stenoz saptandı. Ameliyat öncesi ilk seansta renal arter darlığı endovasküler stent uygulanarak giderildi. İkinci seansta sol femoral yol ile sağ femoral artere stent greft yerleştirildi. Yapılan kontrol enjeksiyonda fistülün büyük ölçüde, bir sonraki gün ...
Authors:Şirvanci, Mustafa; Karaman, Kübra; Onat, Levent; Duran, Cihan; Ulusoy, Onur Levent
Publisher and Date:(Springer Verlag, 2002)Fibrous dysplasia is a developmental disorder caused by abnormal proliferation and maturation of fibroblasts resulting in replacement of mature bone by structurally weak immature woven bone. Clival involvement in monostotic fibrous dysplasia is extremely unusual and has rarely been reported previously. We report a case of monostolic fibrous dysplasia of the clivus with special emphasis on the imaging findings and differential diagnosis.
Authors:Şirvanci, Mustafa; Tekelioglu, Mehmet H.; Duran, Cihan; Yardimci, Hakan; Onat, Levent; Ozer, Kadir
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science Inc, 2000)Inflammation of an epiploic appendage is considered to be a rare cause of acute abdomen. Recently it has been reported that typical computed tomography (CT) findings of primary epiploic appendagitis (PEA) provide a definitive diagnosis in most of the cases. However since these papers are only few they are easily overlooked by the practicing radiologists. Our purpose is to add four new cases to the existing literature and to perform a review of the literature. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science Inc. All ...
Authors:Sirvanci, Mustafa; Onat, Levent; Karaman, Kutlay; Yagan, Naci; Sonmez, Bingür
Publisher and Date:(WESTMINSTER PUBL INC, 2006)Tuberculous pseudoaneurysm of the aorta is a rare disease that is uniformly fatal if not treated properly. The authors present a case of a recurrent tuberculous false aneurysm of the descending thoracic aorta that was treated surgically with excision and primary repair of the lesion. To their knowledge this is the first reported case of recurrent disease after a successful surgical treatment.