General Surgery


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    The general surgery unit provides service with its experienced team, operating room equipped with today’s technology, and endoscopy laboratory.
    With the support of technological innovations, diagnosis and treatment services within the framework of evidence-based science are offered at the highest level, support of technological innovations, to people with the digestive system, anterior abdominal wall, breast, and thyroid gland complaints or diseases.
    Our hospital provides all kinds of services to patients who have problems with digestive system organs such as the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small and large intestines, appendix, liver, gallbladder and bile ducts, pancreas, spleen. In addition to diagnosis with endoscopic and radiological advanced imaging and laboratory methods, a versatile approach is performed with the application of classical or laparoscopic surgical treatment.
    Endoscopy unit
    It is possible to view and record with high technology (narrow-band imaging, digital featured) gastroscopy and colonoscopy devices in the endoscopy unit.
    Diseases are diagnosed and treated in the general surgery unit.
    In our general surgery unit, the support of the radiology and anesthesia units and the multidisciplinary working principle is based on the decision of the treatment approach.
    In the unit, which aims to diagnose in a short time and determine the treatment process in the light of contemporary and evidence-based scientific data, the surgery of many diseases is provided by laparoscopic methods.
    Diseases treated in the general surgery unit;
    • Surgical treatment of esophageal diseases such as gastroesophageal reflux, hiatal hernia (stomach hernia), achalasia, esophageal diverticula, and esophageal cancer
    • Surgical treatment of stomach diseases such as stomach ulcer, gastritis, gastric outlet obstruction, stomach cancer
    • Surgical treatment of duodenal diseases such as duodenal ulcer and cancer
    • Surgical treatment of small and large intestine tumors, inflammatory diseases, and congenital abnormalities
    • Surgical treatment of tumors or diseases of the anal area such as hemorrhoids, fissures, fistulas, abscesses
    • Surgical treatment of bile duct infections, stone disease, injuries, strictures, or tumors
    • Surgical treatment in polyp, inflammatory or stone disease of the gallbladder, and gallbladder tumors
    • Surgical treatment of acute or chronic inflammatory diseases of the pancreas, cystic diseases, benign or malignant tumors
    • Surgical treatment of splenic abscesses, cystic diseases, benign or malignant tumors, hematological diseases requiring surgery
    • Surgical treatment of inflammation or cystic diseases of the breast, benign or malignant tumors (reconstruction operations can be performed with the plastic surgery unit)
    • Surgical treatment of inflammation or cystic diseases of the thyroid gland, toxic goiter, hyperthyroidism, nodular goiter, thyroid cancer
    • Operations of incision site hernias that develop on the anterior abdominal wall, inguinal area, or after abdominal surgery
    • Surgery of masses such as benign fat glands, fat cysts located under the skin
    • A pilonidal sinus (PNS) surgical treatment
    • Emergency surgical interventions and care and operations of abdominal trauma patients
    • Surgical interventions and port catheter placement of oncological patients
    Laparoscopic or minimally invasive surgery is now widely used in general surgery. These techniques are also popular with patients as they provide fewer scars, shorter healing times, and better results. Most abdominal operations, including intestinal tumor removal and hernia repair, can now be performed laparoscopically.
    Laparoscopic surgery
    Laparoscopy is often used to identify and diagnose the source of pelvic or abdominal pain. Generally, it can be used when non-invasive methods do not help the diagnosis. Laparoscopic surgery is preferred when ultrasound, CT, and MRI fail to diagnose abdominal problems, and the doctor may also perform an intervention to treat the disease immediately after diagnosis.
    Organs whose problems can be diagnosed and treated with laparoscopy;
    • gallbladder
    • liver
    • pancreas
    • small intestine and large intestine (colon)
    • spleen
    • stomach
    • pelvis or reproductive organs
    By observing these areas with a laparoscope, your doctor can detect these:
    • abdominal mass or tumor
    • fluid in the abdominal cavity
    • liver disease
    • the effectiveness of current treatments
    • the degree of progression of a particular cancer

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