Changes in Serum LncRNA MEG3/miR-181b and UCH-L1 Levels in Patients with Moderate and Severe Intracerebral Hemorrhage
CONCLUSION: Our data indicated that lnc-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 are likely involved in the pathophysiology of ICH, and could form the basis of future studies on potential targets for the treatment of traumatic CNS injuries. UCH-L1 could also find application in ICH management. Further studies on the plasma lncRNA-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 levels in patients with ICH could yield novel biological targets for the prediction and treatment of ICH.PMID:36128917 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38407-22.2 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Hongfei Wang Li Wang Qinghai Shi Source Type: research

Innervation Patterns of the Psoas Major and Iliacus Muscles in Fetal Cadavers
CONCLUSION: The spinal nerves innervating the psoas major are at risk of injury during lateral transpsoas surgery, lateral discectomy, and spinal fusion surgery. Therefore, it may be useful for surgeons to know the innervation patterns of the psoas major in surgical interventions to be performed in this region. Furthermore, it will be useful for surgeons to know the innervation of the iliacus in various surgical interventions on the iliac fossa.PMID:36128918 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38397-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Kenan Ozturk Ahmet Dursun Yadigar Kastamoni Soner Albay Source Type: research

Maternal Serum and Fetal Cord Blood Concentrations of Thiol/Disulfide and Ischemia-Modified Albumin as Predictors of Neural Tube Defects
CONCLUSION: The examination of the maternal levels of IMA may be useful in the detection of NTDs.PMID:36128919 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.40096-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Ozgur Ocal Fatma Doga Ocal Selcan Sinaci Zeynep Daglar Ahmet Eren Secen Esra Firat Oguz Ozcan Erel Cuneyt Tayman Dilek Sahin Ahmet Deniz Belen Ali Dalgi ç Source Type: research

A Morphometric Evaluation Together with Computed Tomography Examination of Chiari Type 1 Cases with Craniovertebral Junction Anomaly
CONCLUSION: The PCF is flattened and smaller in CM1 cases compared to normal control subjects. In the planning of CM1 operations, the angle parameters may be more useful than the PCF and CVJA length parameters between CVJA (+) and (-) CM1 groups. The significant decrease in postoperative recovery in the CVJA (+) CM1 group compared to the CVJA (-) CM1 group supports the need for additional operations and/or a different surgical technique in the treatment of CVJA (+) CM1 patients.PMID:36128920 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.41458-22.1 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Baris Ten Celal Bagdatoglu Hasan Husnu Yuksek Gulhan Temel Sevgul Kara Kose Source Type: research

Comparison of Electrophysiological and Radiological Subthalamic Nucleus Length and Volume
CONCLUSION: With radiological advances, it is possible to better visualize the target points and define the boundaries better, and direct methods can be used more in making targeting plans. MER records obtained during surgery and STN dimensions in pre-surgical planning show compatibility, and it is seen that there may be differences between the right and left sides because of brain shifting. Although radiology is increasingly providing better support, electrophysiological recordings provides real-time information on the electrodes\' locations and give the opportunity to surgical team choosing alternative target.PMID:361289...
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Bekir Tugcu Ozan Hasimoglu Ayca Altinkaya Ozan Barut Taha Hanoglu Source Type: research

Changes in Serum LncRNA MEG3/miR-181b and UCH-L1 Levels in Patients with Moderate and Severe Intracerebral Hemorrhage
CONCLUSION: Our data indicated that lnc-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 are likely involved in the pathophysiology of ICH, and could form the basis of future studies on potential targets for the treatment of traumatic CNS injuries. UCH-L1 could also find application in ICH management. Further studies on the plasma lncRNA-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 levels in patients with ICH could yield novel biological targets for the prediction and treatment of ICH.PMID:36128917 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38407-22.2 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Hongfei Wang Li Wang Qinghai Shi Source Type: research

Innervation Patterns of the Psoas Major and Iliacus Muscles in Fetal Cadavers
CONCLUSION: The spinal nerves innervating the psoas major are at risk of injury during lateral transpsoas surgery, lateral discectomy, and spinal fusion surgery. Therefore, it may be useful for surgeons to know the innervation patterns of the psoas major in surgical interventions to be performed in this region. Furthermore, it will be useful for surgeons to know the innervation of the iliacus in various surgical interventions on the iliac fossa.PMID:36128918 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38397-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Kenan Ozturk Ahmet Dursun Yadigar Kastamoni Soner Albay Source Type: research

Maternal Serum and Fetal Cord Blood Concentrations of Thiol/Disulfide and Ischemia-Modified Albumin as Predictors of Neural Tube Defects
CONCLUSION: The examination of the maternal levels of IMA may be useful in the detection of NTDs.PMID:36128919 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.40096-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Ozgur Ocal Fatma Doga Ocal Selcan Sinaci Zeynep Daglar Ahmet Eren Secen Esra Firat Oguz Ozcan Erel Cuneyt Tayman Dilek Sahin Ahmet Deniz Belen Ali Dalgi ç Source Type: research

A Morphometric Evaluation Together with Computed Tomography Examination of Chiari Type 1 Cases with Craniovertebral Junction Anomaly
CONCLUSION: The PCF is flattened and smaller in CM1 cases compared to normal control subjects. In the planning of CM1 operations, the angle parameters may be more useful than the PCF and CVJA length parameters between CVJA (+) and (-) CM1 groups. The significant decrease in postoperative recovery in the CVJA (+) CM1 group compared to the CVJA (-) CM1 group supports the need for additional operations and/or a different surgical technique in the treatment of CVJA (+) CM1 patients.PMID:36128920 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.41458-22.1 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Baris Ten Celal Bagdatoglu Hasan Husnu Yuksek Gulhan Temel Sevgul Kara Kose Source Type: research

Comparison of Electrophysiological and Radiological Subthalamic Nucleus Length and Volume
CONCLUSION: With radiological advances, it is possible to better visualize the target points and define the boundaries better, and direct methods can be used more in making targeting plans. MER records obtained during surgery and STN dimensions in pre-surgical planning show compatibility, and it is seen that there may be differences between the right and left sides because of brain shifting. Although radiology is increasingly providing better support, electrophysiological recordings provides real-time information on the electrodes\' locations and give the opportunity to surgical team choosing alternative target.PMID:361289...
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Bekir Tugcu Ozan Hasimoglu Ayca Altinkaya Ozan Barut Taha Hanoglu Source Type: research

Changes in Serum LncRNA MEG3/miR-181b and UCH-L1 Levels in Patients with Moderate and Severe Intracerebral Hemorrhage
CONCLUSION: Our data indicated that lnc-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 are likely involved in the pathophysiology of ICH, and could form the basis of future studies on potential targets for the treatment of traumatic CNS injuries. UCH-L1 could also find application in ICH management. Further studies on the plasma lncRNA-MEG3, miR-181b, and UCH-L1 levels in patients with ICH could yield novel biological targets for the prediction and treatment of ICH.PMID:36128917 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38407-22.2 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Hongfei Wang Li Wang Qinghai Shi Source Type: research

Innervation Patterns of the Psoas Major and Iliacus Muscles in Fetal Cadavers
CONCLUSION: The spinal nerves innervating the psoas major are at risk of injury during lateral transpsoas surgery, lateral discectomy, and spinal fusion surgery. Therefore, it may be useful for surgeons to know the innervation patterns of the psoas major in surgical interventions to be performed in this region. Furthermore, it will be useful for surgeons to know the innervation of the iliacus in various surgical interventions on the iliac fossa.PMID:36128918 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.38397-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Kenan Ozturk Ahmet Dursun Yadigar Kastamoni Soner Albay Source Type: research

Maternal Serum and Fetal Cord Blood Concentrations of Thiol/Disulfide and Ischemia-Modified Albumin as Predictors of Neural Tube Defects
CONCLUSION: The examination of the maternal levels of IMA may be useful in the detection of NTDs.PMID:36128919 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.40096-22.3 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Ozgur Ocal Fatma Doga Ocal Selcan Sinaci Zeynep Daglar Ahmet Eren Secen Esra Firat Oguz Ozcan Erel Cuneyt Tayman Dilek Sahin Ahmet Deniz Belen Ali Dalgi ç Source Type: research

A Morphometric Evaluation Together with Computed Tomography Examination of Chiari Type 1 Cases with Craniovertebral Junction Anomaly
CONCLUSION: The PCF is flattened and smaller in CM1 cases compared to normal control subjects. In the planning of CM1 operations, the angle parameters may be more useful than the PCF and CVJA length parameters between CVJA (+) and (-) CM1 groups. The significant decrease in postoperative recovery in the CVJA (+) CM1 group compared to the CVJA (-) CM1 group supports the need for additional operations and/or a different surgical technique in the treatment of CVJA (+) CM1 patients.PMID:36128920 | DOI:10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.41458-22.1 (Source: Turkish Neurosurgery)
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Baris Ten Celal Bagdatoglu Hasan Husnu Yuksek Gulhan Temel Sevgul Kara Kose Source Type: research

Comparison of Electrophysiological and Radiological Subthalamic Nucleus Length and Volume
CONCLUSION: With radiological advances, it is possible to better visualize the target points and define the boundaries better, and direct methods can be used more in making targeting plans. MER records obtained during surgery and STN dimensions in pre-surgical planning show compatibility, and it is seen that there may be differences between the right and left sides because of brain shifting. Although radiology is increasingly providing better support, electrophysiological recordings provides real-time information on the electrodes\' locations and give the opportunity to surgical team choosing alternative target.PMID:361289...
Source: Turkish Neurosurgery - September 21, 2022 Category: Neurosurgery Authors: Bekir Tugcu Ozan Hasimoglu Ayca Altinkaya Ozan Barut Taha Hanoglu Source Type: research