M Tunca Olguner: Influence Statistics

M Tunca Olguner

M Tunca Olguner

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey | Division of Pediatric Urology, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey | Division of Pediatric Urology, ...

M Tunca Olguner: Expert Impact

Concepts for which M Tunca Olguner has direct influence: Intestinal damage , Amniotic fluid , Portal vein , Intraamniotic meconium , Fetal diuresis , Intraamniotic furosemide , Interstitial cells .

M Tunca Olguner: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which M Tunca Olguner has influence: Testicular torsion , Laparoscopic appendectomy , Reperfusion injury , Amniotic fluid , Blunt abdominal trauma , Intestinal damage , Portal vein .

KOL Resume for M Tunca Olguner

Year
2022

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey

2021

Division of Pediatric Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Dokuz Eylul University, 35340, Balcova, Izmir, Turkey

2019

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Dokuz Eylül University, İzmir, Turkey.

2018

Akdeniz University, Faculty of Fisheries, Department of Fisheries Technology, Dumlupinar Boulevard 07058 Campus, Antalya, Turkey

2017

Fisheries Faculty, Akdeniz University, 07985, Antalya, Turkey

2016

Departments of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University School of Medicine, İzmir, Turkey.

Dokuz Eylul University Faculty of Medicine, Pediatric Surgery Department, Izmir, Turkey

2015

Fisheries Faculty, Akdeniz University, TR-07985, Antalya, Turkey

2014

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University, Medical School, İzmir, Turkey.

2013

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University, Medical School, Izmir, Turkey.

2012

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey

2011

Department of Pediatric Oncology, Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey

2009

Department of Pediatric Surgery, School of Medicine, Dokuz Eylül University, Balçova, Izmir, Turkey

2007

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical School, Balc¸ova, İzmir 35340, Turkey

2006

Department of Pathology, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical School, İzmir, Turkey

2005

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University, Bornova–İzmir, Turkey

2004

Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey

2003

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey.

2002

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical Faculty, Izmir, Turkey

2001

From the Departments of Pediatric Surgery and Pathology, Dokuz Eylül University Medical School, İzmir, Turkey

2000

Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical Faculty, İzmir, Turkey

1999

Department of Pediatric Surgery Dokuz Eylül University School of Medicine Izmir, Turkey

1998

Department of Pathology, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical Faculty, Izmir, Turkey.

1997

From the Departments of Pediatric Surgery (F.M.A., T.A., M.D., G.H.) and Radiology (A.K.), Dokuz Eylul University, Medical Faculty, Izmir, Turkey. Address for reprints: Feza M. Akgur, Dokuz Eylul Universitesi, T1p Fakultesi, Cocuk Cerrahisi Anabilim Dal1, Inciralt1 35340 Izmir, Turkey; email:

Dokuz Eylül University Medical Faculty Izmir, Turkey

1996

Department of Pathology, Dokuz Eylül University, Medical Faculty, İzmir, Turkey.

1994

From the Department of Pediatric Surgery, Medical Faculty, Dokuz Eylül University, İzmir

The Department of Biochemistry, Medical Faculty, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey

Prominent publications by M Tunca Olguner

KOL-Index: 13356 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Contact with amniotic fluid causes intestinal damage in gastroschisis, and intraamniotic meconium has been shown to be responsible. Meconium has been shown to contain a significant amount of IL-8, which may be the responsible cytokine for harmful effects of meconium. Neonatal urine contains high amount of urinary trypsin inhibitor (UTI) compared with adult human urine. ...
Known for Intestinal Damage | Urinary Trypsin Inhibitor | Meconium Intestines | Amniotic Cavity
KOL-Index: 12265 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Urinary waste products in the amniotic fluid has been implicated as a cause of intestinal damage (ID) in gastroschisis based on the fact that fetus urinates physiologically into the amniotic cavity. However, experimental and clinical data suggest that intrauterine defecation is a physiological event, thus gastrointestinal waste products also may be responsible for ID in ...
Known for Chick Embryo | Gastroschisis Meconium | Amniotic Cavity | Neonatal Urine
KOL-Index: 11185 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Contact with amniotic fluid (AF) causes intestinal damage in gastroschisis, which has been shown to be caused by intraamniotic meconium. However, whether this intraamniotic meconium-induced intestinal damage is concentration dependent has not been investigated previously. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of intraamniotic human meconium at various ...
Known for Intestinal Damage | Intraamniotic Meconium | Amniotic Cavity | Chick Embryo Gastroschisis
KOL-Index: 10242 . The resumption of blood flow to organs following ischemia may cause a further increase in tissue damage through an increase in peroxidation of lipids in cell membranes. An experimental study was conducted to investigate the prevention of reperfusion injury after testicular torsion through changes in the lipid peroxide content of the testis. Adult male albino rats were divided into 11 ...
Known for Testicular Torsion | Reperfusion Injury | Allopurinol Pretreatment | 3 Groups
KOL-Index: 9603 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Contact with amniotic fluid (AF) causes intestinal damage in gastroschisis. Intraamniotic meconium has been shown to be responsible for intestinal damage, and occurrence of this damage has been shown to depend on the concentration of intraamniotic meconium. When intraamniotic meconium concentration is lowered below threshold level by exchanging AF with saline in ...
Known for Fetal Diuresis | Intraamniotic Furosemide | Intestinal Damage | Amniotic Cavity
KOL-Index: 9514 . A prospective clinical study was performed to compare ultrasonography (US) with a modality having 96-99% accuracy like diagnostic peritoneal lavage (DPL) to find the accuracy of US in the initial evaluation of children sustaining blunt abdominal trauma (BAT). Sixty-eight children with BAT were initially evaluated by US, then DPL. All patients with pathologic US findings underwent ...
Known for Initial Evaluation | Blunt Abdominal Trauma | Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage | Children Sustaining
KOL-Index: 9451 . For the treatment of recurrent bleeding despite sclerotherapy or clinically significant hypersplenism, portosystemic shunt procedures should be performed in cases of extrahepatic portal hypertension caused by extrahepatic portal vein thrombosis. A novel alternative to portosystemic shunt procedures in extrahepatic portal hypertension is mesenterico-left portal bypass. Portal vein ...
Known for Portal Vein | Rex Recessus | Surgical Child | Inferior Mesenteric
KOL-Index: 8785 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Laparoscopic appendectomy (LA) is becoming popular for the treatment of acute and perforated appendicitis. Since it was first described, LA has been modified various times. We present the results of a new technique of LA conducted through a single port without exteriorizing the appendix to perform the operation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Single-port LA was attempted in 38 ...
Known for Laparoscopic Appendectomy | Single Port | Transabdominal Sling Suture | 38 Patients
KOL-Index: 8308 . BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Portosystemic shunt operations are indicated in patients with extrahepatic portal hypertension owing to portal vein thrombosis (EPH-PVT) suffering from recurrent variceal bleeding despite endoscopic sclerotherapy. Mesenterico left portal bypass procedure (MLPB) is an alternative procedure to the portosystemic shunt operations in patients with EPH-PVT. MLPB operation ...
Known for Portal Vein | Variceal Bleeding | Endoscopic Sclerotherapy | 1 Patient
KOL-Index: 7713 . OBJECTIVE: Experimental studies have shown that neural tissue damage in myelomeningocele (MMC) is acquired, resulting from exposure of neural tissue to amniotic fluid (AF). Similar to neural tissue damage in MMC, in gastroschisis, intestines exposed to AF are damaged. In gastroschisis, intestinal damage can be prevented by changing the composition of the AF with partial AF exchanges. An ...
Known for Neural Tissue | Amniotic Fluid | Myelomeningocele Mmc | Intestinal Damage
KOL-Index: 7279 . In this prospective study, 217 children sustaining blunt abdominal trauma were initially evaluated with ultrasonography (US) and those with any abnormal ultrasonographic findings were further evaluated with computed tomography. Results of ultrasonographic examination were normal in 157 children and showed abnormalities such as free intraperitoneal fluid (FIF), intra-abdominal organ injury, ...
Known for Computed Tomography | Abdominal Trauma | Evaluation Children | Preschool Emergency Service
KOL-Index: 7014 . INTRODUCTION: Intestinal damage has been shown to occur when intra-amniotic meconium concentration exceeds threshold level. However, the mechanism of the meconium-induced intestinal damage is still unclear. Intestinal ischemia can cause intestinal damage in gastroschisis. This study was aimed to determine the effects of intra-amniotic meconium on the contractility of superior mesenteric ...
Known for Intestinal Damage | Superior Mesenteric Artery | Sma Specimens | Intraamniotic Meconium
KOL-Index: 6485 . Urinary waste products (UWP) in the amniotic fluid have been held responsible for the intestinal damage (ID) in gastroschisis, based on the fact that the fetus urinates physiologically into the amniotic cavity. However, experimental and clinical evidence suggests that intrauterine defecation is a physiological event; thus gastrointestinal waste products (GWP) may also be responsible for ID ...
Known for Neonatal Urine | Newborn Humans | Effects Meconium | Intestinal Damage

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Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey | Division of Pediatric Urology, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey | Division of Pediatric Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Dokuz Eylul University, 35340, Balcova, Izmir, Turkey