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Articles by Musa Korkmaz
Total Records ( 5 ) for Musa Korkmaz
  Kamuran Pamuk , Z. Kadir Saritas , Ibrahim Demirkan and Musa Korkmaz
  The aim of the study was to compare the clinical usage of filling materials such as amalgam, glass ionomer cement and resin composite. A 2 years old male and weighing 16 kg stray dog, was used. Cavities were made in a routine manner by a frez. Cavities of the buccal surfaces of the left maxillar molar, premolar, canine and incisive teeth were filled with amalgam, cavities of the buccal surfaces of the left mandibular molar, premolar, canine and incisive teeth were filled with glass ionomer cement and cavities of the buccal surfaces of the right mandibular molar, premolar, canine and incisive teeth were loaded with resin composite. The dog was monitored for a period of 6 months for the applicability of dental restorative materials. It was concluded that amalgam and resin composite were more usable than glass ionomer cement in teeth, which were exposed to stress however, resin composite as a restorative material is more demandable if esthetical reason is preferred in veterinary dentistry.
  Kamuran Pamuk , Kemal Murat Okcu , Metin Sencimen , Z. Kadir Saritas , Nejdet Dogan and Musa Korkmaz
  A total of 12 male Wistar strain rats at 6 weeks old were used randomly for the study. Twelve rats were divided into 2 groups of 6 rats each to form the laser therapy and nonirradiation groups. To measure the amount of tooth extension, two points were identified in front of the right lower incisor in all rats. The measurements were performed between the gingival edge and the edge of the cutted incisal part of the tooth with a caliper. The tooth was cutted approximately until, the half. For the low-level laser source, a GaAlAs laser was used. The first dose of laser irradiation was performed just after the preparation of the teeth and then successive applications were realized at same time following two next days. In the laser application group, the averages of the teeth length were 3.1, 4.0, 5.2 and 7.08 at 0-3 days, respectively. In nonirradiation group these values were 3.11, 3.86, 4.65 and 5.7 at 0-3 days, respectively. To compare the differences of the measurements in each group the Wilcoxon signed ranks test was performed. The hypothesis is that LLLT may enhance tooth extension in rats. For this reason, in the presented study, the effect of LLLT was evaluated quantitatively.
  Kamuran Pamuk , Z. Kadir Saritas , Ibrahim Demirkan , Abuzer Acar , Musa Korkmaz and Duygu Baki Acar
  One of the main cause of stress in livestock is the vision problems. The goal of this study was to determine Intraocular Pressure (IOP) in Anatolian Buffaloes (AB) by means of applanation tonometry using Tono-Pen XL for the investigation of a stress factor in welfare of the anatolian buffaloes. A total of 2118 eyes were examined from 1059 apparently healthy AB aged between 1 and 8 years old from both sexes. IOP of AB were measured with Tono-Pen XL three times for each eyes in the morning at noon and in the evening during afternoon examination. IOPs of the left eyes were found to be 22.05±2.68 mmHg (range 16.5-27.3 mmHg) whereas the right eyes were 22.07±2.68 mmHg (range 16.1-27.0 mmHg). Comparison of the tonometry between the right and left eyes of AB showed no significant difference. IOP was decreased in accordance with the age of the animal. To the knowledge, this is the 1st report of tonometrical investigation performed in AB. It was determined that IOP for AB could be 22.05±2.68 mmHg (range 16.1-27.3 mmHg).
  Zulfikar Kadir Saritas , Kamuran Pamuk , Musa Korkmaz , Turan Civelek and M. Volkan Yaprakci
  A 10 weeks old, male domesticated goose was presented to Afyon Kocatepe University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Surgery Clinics with the complaints of non-appetite, infirmity and sudden weight loss. In clinical examination, the goose had severe abdominal sensitivity and free of any bone fracture. In radiological examination, a foreign body which was suspected as nail was determined in the abdominal region. Under general anesthesia, surgery was performed with the midline incision of the abdomen and then ventriculotomy was done. Foreign body was removed as determined as nail. Incisions on ventriculus and abdomen were closed routinely. Postoperatively, antibiotherapy, pain control and diet management were considered. The goose recovered in a week and appetite was restored normally. This case report aimed to report a rarely encountered ventricular foreign body (nail) in a goose.
  Zulfikar Kadir Saritas , Selahattin Konak , Kamuran Pamuk , Musa Korkmaz , Aysun Cevik- Demirkan and Turan Civelek
  This study was designed to study the microbiological status of the foreskin mucosa in 100 healthy dogs and determine their antibiotic sensitivity. The most frequently identified organism in the dog foreskin was Staphylococcus sp. (36%) followed in order of frequency by E. coli (30%), Proteus sp. (16%), Pseudomonas sp. (6%), Streptococcus sp. (6%), Bacillus sp. (4%) and Corynebacterium sp. (2%). The isolated strains were subjected to antibiotic susceptibility testing. Staphylococcus sp., E. coli, Streptococcus sp., Bacillus sp. and Corynebacterium sp. were very frequently susceptible to danofloxacin, amoxicillin/clavulanic acid, cloxacillin, amoxicilin and ceftiofur. It is concluded that the use of danofloxacin, amoxicillin/clavulanic acid, cloxacillin, amoxicilin and ceftiofur can be useful in the treatment of infections of the male genital organ.
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