Adı Soyadı : NURETTİN VAROLGÜNEŞ
Doğum Yeri ve Tarihi : BİNGÖL 04/04/1961
Bildiği Yabancı Diller : İngilizce
Eğitim Durumu ve Tecrübe : NÖROLOJİ UZMANI
Tedavi Alanları:Nörolojik Hastalıklar
Çalıştığı Merkezler: Bolu Yığılca Sağlık Merkezi, Aydın Nazilli VSD, Ege Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Nöroloji ABD, İzmir Selçuk Devlet Hastanesi, İzmir Sina Tıp Merkezi, İzmir Çankaya Tıp Merkezi, İzmir Çiğli Devlet Hastanesi, Özel Deniz Hastanesi
Vaka Deneyimi: EMG, EEG
Üyesi Olduğu Dernekler: TÜRK NÖROLOJİ DERNEĞİ, TÜRK KLİNİK NÖROFİZYOLOJİ EEG EMG DERNEĞİ, TTB
Yurt Dışı Bilimsel Yayınlar:
Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol. 2000 Mar;40(2):95-102.
Corneal reflex and blink reflex changes in thalamic hemorrhage.
We studied the corneal reflex (CR) with air-puff and direct touch by using a standardized method in patients with thalamic hemorrhage (TH) (n: 15) and in normal control subjects (n: 21). The conventional blink reflex (BR) was also studied. In the TH group: 1--When the cornea on the clinically nonaffected side was stimulated the corneal reflex responses were elicited bilaterally, with normal latency on the clinically normal side and delayed on the affected side. 2--When the cornea on the clinically affected side was stimulated, the corneal responses on both sides were either abnormal or could not be elicited. 3--The ipsilateral R1 and R2 responses recorded by stimulation of the supraorbital nerve on the clinically affected side were abnormal where the contralateral R2 responses were in the normal range. In the normal control and TH groups: 1--No statistical difference could be detected between the responses elicited by air-puff or direct touch to cornea (p > 0.05). 2--CR responses were statistically different from the R2 response of the BR (p < 0.005).
J Clin Neurophysiol. 1999 Sep;16(5):472-83.
Analysis of the corneal reflex with air puff: normal controls and patient groups.
Though there are several reports published about the corneal reflex elicited by different methods, a standardized electrophysiologic study with air puff in man has not been published. The aim of this study is to standardize the corneal reflex elicited by air puff to cornea. The authors studied the corneal reflex with air puff and direct touch by using a standardized method in patients with thalamic hemorrhage (n = 15), hemispheric infarction (n = 9), brainstem infarction (n = 9), multiple sclerosis (n = 12), and Bell's palsy (n = 12) and in normal control subjects (n = 21). The conventional blink reflex (BR) was also studied. The reflex responses were recorded from both orbicularis oculi muscles by air puff and direct touch to cornea in addition to the electrical stimulation of the supraorbital nerve. No statistical difference could be detected between the responses elicited by air puff or direct touch to cornea (P > 0.05). Corneal reflex responses were statistically different from the R2 response of the BR (P < 0.005). Because the responses elicited by direct touch and air puff to cornea are identical, air puff to cornea can be used confidently to study the corneal reflex.
Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2000;8(5):305-8.
Prolonged peroneal nerve dysfunction after high tibial osteotomy: pre- and postoperative electrophysiological study.
To evaluate electrophysiological incidence and the type of peroneal nerve lesions seen after high tibial osteotomy we conducted an electrophysiological study (electromyography and nerve conduction velocity studies) in 11 patients who were suffering from medial gonarthrosis and treated by Maquet barrel-vault type high tibial valgization osteotomy. All the patients were tested both pre- and postoperatively. Every patient was examined postoperatively for a minimum of a 6 months after surgery to eliminate spontaneously reversible lesions. Results obtained from nonoperated legs served as controls. Three patients (27%) with peroneal nerve lesions were detected electrophysiologically; one had only motor involvement, one only sensory involvement, and one both motor and sensory involvement. Clinically only one of these patients was symptomatic, and the other two were detected by electrophysiological means. Peroneal nerve lesions which may be overlooked by mild weakness and hypesthesia in the early postoperative period can be detected by electrophysiological means at a higher rate than expected. These lesions persist a relatively long time and even can be permanent despite the absence of clinical symptoms.