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Genetic research is an extremely important factor in post-genome medicine. If clinical application alone is concerned, the real benefit from this research is not so directly recognizable. However, from the view of basic research, if the approach is right, there will be no end to its value. From the actual situation of genetic research, there are plenty of open questions that require resolution in the near future. If we are more cautious and patient, we shall be able to see the positive side of genetics medicine.[Radionuclide detection of urinary leakage by retrograde urethrography: retrospective study of 56 patients (author's transl)].
A retrospective study of 56 patients is presented in whom radio-nanoparticles (RN), injected to the urethra during retrograde urethrography, were used to detect urinary leakage in case of suspicion of urethral sphincter injury. All patients had a first urinary complaint. Leakage was localized by RN to the urethra in 58 cases. In 30 patients, the diagnosis was positive at control urethrography, performed at the next day for 15 patients. In 4 cases, the urethra was cleared, but the leakage was found in more proximal portion. No false positive diagnosis were observed. Six patients suffered from urethral sphincter injury and the RN were positive in 4 cases. The technique is described and a discussion is made on the value of this method in diagnostic of urethral injuries.Kurdish Intifada
The Kurdish Intifada () was a series of military offensives launched by Kurdish militants and armed organizations in mid-2004 in several areas of southeastern Turkey. The first attacks occurred on the Kurdish Newroz holiday, in which Kurdish members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) killed seven Turkish soldiers, and on the 23rd of October a suicide bomber blew up a police station in Diyarbakır, killing 33 people. There were also several "leftist" acts in Istanbul, where the slogans of the PKK were called, the flag of the PKK was burned, a policeman was killed, and a PKK member died after exploding a car bomb in a police car.
The Turkish government blamed the guerrilla group's "terrorist activities" on "outsiders", primarily the Saddam Hussein government.
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