General Surgery

Inguinal Hernia Repair
In most cases, the inguinal hernia surgery is performed with open surgery through local or general anesthesia. After cutting the groin area, the surgeon pushes the protruding part of the hernia in.
Bilateral Inguinal Hernia Repair
In laparoscopy surgery, the surgeon performs the operation by only creating small incisions with the help of the camera. The hernia is restored from the abdominal wall. This type of surgery is usually performed through general anesthesia a…
Appendectomy
Appendectomy is an operation to remove the appendix. The open procedure involves a 2-3 inch cut at the bottom of the right abdomen. Open appendectomy usually requires two to three days of hospitalization and four to six weeks of recovery.
Laparoscopic Appendectomy
Laparoscopic appendectomy requires shorter hospitalization and creates faster recovery.
Gastrectomy
Gastrectomy is an operation to remove all or part of the stomach.
Laparotomy
If the cause of the disease is not accurately detected using abdominal imaging tests such as radiology and CT scans, the doctor will use diagnostic laparotomy. This surgery is performed to investigate abnormalities in the stomach area that…
Mastectomy
If your doctor has diagnosed you with breast cancer, you may be advised to remove your breast with surgery. The surgery is called a mastectomy. Women who do not have cancer but are at the risk of breast cancer may also undergo a mastectomy.
Simple Mastectomy
Simple mastectomy which is also called total mastectomy includes the removal of breast tissue, nipple, areola, and skin but not all the lymph nodes.
Thyroidectomy
A thyroidectomy is an operation that involves the surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. General, Endocrine or Head and Neck Surgeons often perform a thyroidectomy when a patient has thyroid cancer or some other condition of…
Unilateral Inguinal Hernia Repair
In most cases, the inguinal hernia surgery is performed with open surgery through local or general anesthesia. After cutting the groin area, the surgeon pushes the protruding part of the hernia in.
Liver Transplant
Liver transplant surgery is the replacement of an unhealthy liver with a healthy liver. In most cases, a direct transplant technique is used in which the liver is removed and replaced by a liver in the same anatomical position.
Kidney Transplant
In a kidney transplant, the kidney is transferred from one person to another. In fact, a successful transplant prolongs life expectancy and dramatically increases the quality of life. In addition, the renal patient gets rid of dialysis.
Laparoscopy
Laparoscopic surgery is a new technique which is minimally invasive, with only cuts of about 0.5 to 1.5 cm in length on the patient's abdomen.
Breast Biopsy
Breast biopsy is done to remove cells from suspected breast tissue, which is usually done in an outpatient setting.
Sinus Pilonidal
The treatment of infected cyst is done in two ways, open or closed, and usually involves cutting on the abscess and discharging it. Sometimes it consists of an operation to remove the entire infected area.
Hiatal Hernia
In rare cases, drug therapy is not successful, surgery is required. Surgery involves pulling the stomach down (abdomen) and shrinking the diaphragm gap, restoring the weakened esophageal valve, or removing the hernia sac.
Perianal Abscess
A perianal abscess is an infection caused by the accumulation of pus in the natural environment surrounding the anus and rectum. Anal abscesses should be drained immediately after diagnosis. Delay in abscess depletion can increase its dest…
Abdominal Hernia
An abdominal hernia occurs when a part of an organ of the body expels by weakening one of the muscular walls (which surrounds the abdominal cavity).
Pilonidal cyst
Pilonidal cyst or pilonidal sinus is a small skin hair-containing sac located in the lower back. The treatment of infected cyst is done in two ways, open or closed, and usually involves making a cut on the abscess and discharging the infec…
Carotid Body Tumor Excision
If the surgery is done and the mass is completely removed, it does not cause any complications and will not recur in the future. If surgery is not performed promptly, with the enlargement and involvement of other vital elements of the neck…
Lymph Glands Tumor
A lymphoma is a cancer group that affects cells that are involved in the immune system. When one gets lymphoma, his lymphocytes change and grow uncontrollably.
Lumpectomy
Lumpectomy is a standard surgical procedure in which cancer or other abnormal tissues are removed from the breast.
Compelete Lobectomy
The procedure contains removal of a lobe of an organ, for example, the surgery to remove one of the lungs.
Biopsy
The biopsy is a medical method that involves biopsy of an organ to be examined under a microscope. The tissue samples can be taken at almost anywhere in the body, including the skin, organs, and other structures.
Mastectomy with Repair
Breast repair can sometimes be performed immediately after or concurrently with mastectomy. However, if chemotherapy is to be carried out after mastectomy, then it is best to perform the reconstructive procedure six months after the comple…
Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT)
Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment method that uses high doses of radiation to kill and prevent the spread of cancer cells. Low-dose radiation called x-ray which is used to see inside the body and imaging.
Inguinal Hernia with Laparoscopy
In laparoscopy surgery, the surgeon performs the operation by only creating small incisions with the help of the camera. The hernia is restored from the abdominal wall. This type of surgery is usually performed through general anesthesia a…
Temporary Catheter
The temporary catheter is used as long as the permanent holder, such as the graft in the veins, is used. These catheters are also used when the patient needs to undergo urgent dialysis. The temporary catheter can be used for up to six week…
Permanent Catheter
Permanent catheters are commonly used in patients who cannot get the help of grafts or fistulas. These types of patients often have small veins. These types of catheters are long-lasting and last from one to two years. These catheters are …
Laparoscopic Splenectomy
Splenectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove the spleen. In a laparoscopic procedure, five small incisions of 2 to 3 cm in the left region below the ribs are usually produced in order to insert surgical instruments and remove the spl…
Parkinson
There are different treatment options for a person with Parkinson's disease. Of course, there is no definite treatment, but medications and sometimes surgery can be effective. Some medications can inhibit the symptoms for many years.
MS
The exact cause of MS has not yet been determined. There are many theories about the causes of MS. In these theories, vitamin D deficiency and viral infection have been described. Even excessive use of salt is also suggested as one of the …
Muscle Control (ALS)
ALS disease has no definite treatment. Current treatments are designed to reduce symptoms, prevent unnecessary problems, and slow down the progression of the disease.
Diabetes
Diabetes occurs when insulin hormone, a regulator of blood glucose, is not produced sufficiently in the body or the body tissues do not respond appropriately. As a result, the metabolism of sugar in the body is disrupted, and the blood glu…
Treatment of Vitiligo
Iran has been very successful in treating Vitiligo. This method is presented for the first time in the world by Royan Institute. By isolating melanocytes from healthy areas of the skin and separating them, Iranian researchers inject them i…
Circumcision
Circumcision is a relatively simple method. Glabrous skin just behind the penis is removed using surgical scissors. Any bleeding can be stopped using heat; the remaining edges in the skin are sewed using stitches. Up to six weeks is requir…
General Surgery