Many advantages can be obtained with closed
surgery. Post-operative pain levels are very low and the healing process
is just as easily overcome. This allows patients to return to work or
social life very quickly. On the other hand, the absence of large and deep
wounds results in a noticeable reduction in the risk of infection. Performing
the surgery with a small number of millimetric incisions ensures that there is
no surgical scar. One of its most important features is that it provides
the advantage that the operation site hernia does not occur in the following years.
Operations performed with laparoscopic surgery
As Avicenna Ataşehir Hospital, we perform strong
surgeries in the field of cancer surgery. We perform cancer surgeries with
minimally invasive surgery, which is a great value in cancer surgery. On
the other hand, we take an interdisciplinary approach in cancer
treatment. In this context, we discuss the treatment plans of the patients
with the doctor meetings and we draw up a treatment plan specifically for each patient.
Nowadays, almost half of people experience problems with
hemorrhoids at least once in their lifetime due to nutrition and living
conditions. Advanced hemorrhoidal disease disrupts the patient’s quality of life,
bleeding, pain in the anal area, itching, wetness and deterioration of the
function of holding the big-leg. While it is possible, the rate of
complications increases in the case of advanced disease. The appropriate
treatment method is determined according to the degree of disease, and all
treatment modalities (IRC, Band ligation, Longo, Laser, RF ablation) are
successfully applied in our hospital. Other diseases of the anal
area; Fissure, fistula, abscess, inflammatory bowel diseases are treated
using modern treatment methods with high success rates.
Hairless Surgery (Open, closed method, LASER, microcinusectomy.)
In the diseases of the endocrine glands (thyroid,
parathyroid, breast, adrenal gland) that require surgery, surgeries are performed
sensitively with the experience of endocrine surgery.
Masses in the breast detected in routine breast
examination, screening mammography and ultrasound are carefully evaluated, and
early diagnosis is possible with USG-guided thin or thick needle biopsy when
necessary. In breast cancer, it is sufficient to remove a small part of
the breast with early diagnosis, and unnecessary lymph node intake is prevented
by instantly examining the armpit lymph nodes during the operation. Thus,
there are no complaints such as swelling and edema in the arm, especially after
breast cancer surgery.
Inguinal and abdominal wall hernias, which we frequently
encounter, can be treated with laparoscopic method. It is sufficient to stay in
the hospital for 1 day and thanks to this method, patients can return to work
early and recurrence rates are extremely low.