We provide professional support in Urooncology.
1. Prostate cancer treatment method:
Prostate needle biopsy: Male patients are screened annually for prostate
cancer, the occurrence of which increases after the age of 40, using digital
rectal examination (DRE) and blood prostate specific antigen (PSA) level
measurements. Patients with suspicious examination findings and/or PSA values
are subject to multiple prostate needle biopsy under general anesthesia in the
Same Day Surgery service (SDS).
Robotic Radical Prostatectomy: Patients diagnosed with prostate cancer as a
result of pathologic examinations are treated by Robotic Radical Prostatectomy
Open surgery: Open surgery can be used in patients who are not suitable for
Hormone therapy (HT) and Radiation Therapy (RT): Hormone therapy (HT) and
radiation therapy (RT) lead to successful results in patients with locally
advanced prostate cancer or who are not suitable for surgery.
Other therapies: In widespread metastatic disease, surgical orchidectomy
(removal of testicles) or medical (hormone therapy) castration and chemotherapy
2. Bladder cancer: In this type of cancer which is known to be closely related to smoking, the
first sign is mostly urinary bleeding. Most of the bladder cancers are
diagnosed at the early stage, and are inclined to reoccur frequently and to
advance if not treated. In patients who apply with urinary bleeding, the
urinary bladder is examined for tumor using cystoscopy.
Transurethral Resection for Bladder Tumor (TUR-MB): If a tumor is detected,
transurethral resection of the bladder tumor (TUR-BT) is performed using
Chemotherapy: To prevent superficial bladder tumors, one-time chemotherapy
drugs may be administered into the bladder as a complementary treatment.
Cystoscopy. According to pathology results, patients with tumors limited to the
surface are checked once every 3 months using cystoscopy.
Radical Cystectomy: If muscle invasive carcinoma of the bladder is detected as
a result of pathologic examinations, it may be necessary to remove the pelvic
lymph nodes and to make a new bladder from the small intestine. Known as
Radical Cystectomy, this operation can be performed using robotic or open
Other therapies: Patients who are not suitable for surgery should be treated
with a combination of radiotherapy and chemotherapy (RT -CT).
3. Testicular tumors
4. Kidney cancer
5. Adrenal gland tumors
6. Retroperitoneal tumors