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  • Risk factors of post-tonsillectomy dysgeusia. [Journal Article]
  • ANAuris Nasus Larynx 2019 Jul 16
  • Kitaya S, Kikuchi T, … Katori Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women and under 60 years old patients had a significantly higher rate of dysgeusia after tonsillectomy. It is recommended that patients are informed of the potential postoperative complication of dysgeusia.
  • "Teşrih-ül Ebdan ve Tercümânı Kıbale-i Feyles슩fan": the first illustrated anatomy handwritten textbook in Ottoman-Turkish medicine. [Journal Article]
  • SRSurg Radiol Anat 2019 Jul 18
  • Bahşi İ, Bahşi A
  • CONCLUSIONS: While some of these illustrations are similar to the illustrations of the earlier authors such as Ahmed Ibn Mansur, Andreas Vesalius and Juan Valverde de Amusco, others are peculiar to this book. This book is highly significant for it's being the first Turkish book in the field of anatomy in Ottoman-Turkish medicine and the text's being supplemented by illustrations. This book is also a fundamental source for translation of anatomical terms into Turkish. Our knowledge of anatomy continues to improve thanks to the contributions of leading scientists such as Itâkî and, therefore, he deserves praise.
  • NSD1 mutations by HPV status in head and neck cancer: differences in survival and response to DNA-damaging agents. [Journal Article]
  • CHCancers Head Neck 2019; 4:3
  • Pan C, Izreig S, … Issaeva N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Genetic alterations in NSD1 hold potential as novel prognostic biomarkers in HPV(-) head and neck cancers. NSD1 mutations in HPV(+) cancers may also play a prognostic role, although this effect must be examined in a larger cohort. NSD1 downregulation results in improved sensitivity to cisplatin and carboplatin, but not to other DNA-damaging agents, in epithelial cells. Increased sensitivity to platinum-based chemotherapy agents associated with NSD1 depletion may contribute to improved survival in HPV(-) HNSCCs. Further studies are needed to determine mechanisms through which NSD1 protects HPV(-) HNSCC cells from platinum-based therapy, as well as confirmation of NSD1 effect in HPV(+) HNSCC.
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