We provide professional support in General surgery.
Colonoscopy and Gastroscopy are performed.
Follow-up and surgical treatment of breast diseases
Follow-up and operations of goiter patients
Follow-up and treatment of colon, rectum, anus diseases (colorectal tumors, hemorrhoids, anal fissure, etc.)
Operations of umbilical and inguinal hernia
Upper gastrointestinal system (esophagus, stomach) diseases operations
Hepatobiliary system (biliary system, liver, pancreas) diseases operations
Emergency surgical diseases (appendicitis, gall bladder inflammation, trauma surgery, etc.)
Minor surgical procedures with local anesthesia
Current surgical approaches
Breast conserving surgery-sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast tumor
Hemorrhoidopexi with Longo method and laser hemorrhoid treatment in hemorrhoids
Oncological surgery (breast, small intestine, colon, thyroid, adrenal tumors)
Laparoscopy is to observe the inside of the abdomen using an optical device. This device is inserted into the abdomen through a small 1 cm under-umbilical incision. By illuminating the inside of the abdomen, it provides the opportunity to directly observe diseases or problems related to the uterus, ovaries and tubes and, if necessary, to treat them with auxiliary instruments inserted through 3 – 5 mm holes in the lower abdomen at the same time.
In the general surgery department of our hospital, laparoscopic inguinal hernia operations and laparoscopic umbilical hernia operations are frequently performed with the TEPP technique.
Diagnostic laparoscopy and laparoscopic treatment of acute appendicitis are performed in the general surgery clinic of our hospital.
Standard laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is successfully applied in our hospital.
Our hospital; It is the only fully equipped hospital that provides the most comprehensive health service in the region. For this reason, we are always prepared for accidents and injuries as a surgical team, and we are fast and successful in interventions.
In our hospital, patients with a surgical decision are given 24-hour uninterrupted service using advanced surgical techniques with conventional (open) and laparoscopic (minimally invasive) methods. As a result of the polyclinic applications of the patients, planned operations are performed and necessary emergency surgical interventions are performed as a result of emergency applications.
Attaching a balloon to the stomach with the endoscopic method.