The aim of this study was to investigate the efficiency of different diagnostic methods in detection of residual dentinal caries
in excavated cavities. Fifty extracted molar with deep dentinal carious lesions were excavated using a slow-speed handpiece.
All cavities were assessed by laser fluorescence(LF) device, electronic caries monitor(ECM), and caries detector dye(CDD) by
three independent observers blindly. The measurements were repeated after two weeks. Specimens containing dentin slices
150 μm in thickness were prepared for histological analyses. The existence and absence of carious dentin was determined using a
lig . . .htmicroscope. The average intraobserver accuracy was 1.00 (perfect agreement) for CDD, 0.86 (excellent agreement) for ECM,
and 0.50 (good agreement) for LF. The average interobserver accuracy values were 0.92 (excellent agreement), (0.36 marginal
agreement) and 0.48 (good agreement), for CDD, ECM, and LF, respectively. The average specificity was 0.60 for CDD, 73% for
ECM, and 0.50 for LF. The average sensitivity was 0.55 for CDD, 0.85 for LF, and 0.47 for ECM. The average accuracy values were
0.53, 0.51, and 0.81 for CDD, ECM, and LF, respectively. LF had the greatest sensitivity and accuracy values of any of the methods
tested. As a conclusion, LF device is appeared to most reliable method in detection of remain caries in cavity. However, because
of its technical sensitivity it may susceptible to variations in measurements. To pay attention to the rule of usage and repeated
measurements can minimize such variations in clinical practice. It was concluded that LF is an improvement on the currently
available aids for residual caries detection
Osmanlı-Safevi münasebetlerine dair yapılan çalışmalar daha ziyade siyasî ve askerî
mevzular hakkındadır. Bununla birlikte tarafların kültürel ve ekonomik ilişkileri, idarî
teşkilattaki benzerlikler, mücadelenin toplumsal sonuçları ise ihmal edilmiştir. Diğer
taraftan Türkiye'de Safevi tarihi ile ilgili araştırmalar da yetersizdir.
The studies on the Ottoman-Safavid relations rather than their political and military subject matter is about. However, cultural and economic relations of the parties, administrative organization of the similarities, the social consequences of the struggle has been neglected. On the other hand, researc . . .h on Safavid History is quite inadequate in «Türkiye
Coiling of the artery is a rare morphologic entity most frequently described in the internal carotid artery. Herein we present two cases with symptomatic kinked internal carotid artery: one suffering from paresthesia of the right arm and speech disturbances and the other suffering from weakness of the left half of the body and speech disturbances. Both patients were treated surgically. None of the patients experienced any peri- or postoperative complications.
Sandıklı is an old setti ement. 12* century certainly came under Turkish control. Anatolian
Seljuks, Sahib Ata and Germiyan principalities dominated this land. This region annexed by Ottomans in 1429. The District of Sandıklı has connected to the Sandjak of Karahisar-i Sahib in the I6th century. There are eight quarters at the beginning of the 16* century. However, at the end of century, the number of quarters has dropped to five. Nevertheless, the population increased by about 50%. Some of the inhabitants of the town around the city is engaged in agriculture. In this century, Sandıklı market is not very lively. Commercial activiti . . .es are shaped by the needs of the city. In 1572, in Sandıklı, there are a variety of incomes devoted to three mosques. In addition, there are four masjid and eight small dervish lodges
Iraq-i Arab territories the political, economic and religious reasons, the Ottomans, the Safavids was
important for both. Since 1508, this region in the hands of the Safavids. Here, the Ottomans conquered during the
campaign Irakeyn years of 1533-35. After that, this land remained in the hands of the Ottomans until early 1624.
Subaşı Bekir has launched a rebellion demanding his state's administration. Baghdad was captured by Shah Abbas
in the process. Then, the Safavids invaded region of Kirkuk, Mosul and Diyarbakir. The Ottomans were intense
efforts to get back to Baghdad. Finally, in 1638 laid siege to Baghdad with an army of . . . Murat. The city was
conquered. Then, the Ottoman armies began to move into the interior of Iran is using as the base of Baghdad.
Eventually, Shah Safi wanted peace. According to the Treaty of Qasr-i Shirin, Iraq-i Arab lands belonging to the
Ottomans was accepted by the Safavids
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