Neurosurgery is a branch of medicine within which diagnostics, treatment and prevention of pathologies caused by dysfunction of the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nervous system and cerebral blood vessels are carried out. Neurosurgery in Turkey deals with the surgical treatment of diseases of the central and peripheral system.
Microsurgery methods allow us to operate on parts of our body that are very small, such as nerves or blood vessels. In some cases (for example, during reimplantation of a severed limb), it can help restore impaired functions.
During the operation, surgeons use a binocular microscope, which allows them to increase the accuracy of the operation. Through a lens or screen, they control the progress of the operation.
Microsurgery requires special skills (operating with a microscope, manipulating tiny instruments, working on very small vessels …), and therefore the Department of Plastic Surgery has been organizing microsurgery courses for over 30 years, where doctors from all over Turkey are trained. This training allows surgeons working in the field of microsurgery to fully master the above skills.
The field of application of microsurgery is vast and continues to expand: from hand surgery to breast reconstruction, including the treatment of severe burns and even face transplantation. Many other applications exist
Specialists are ready to help with the following pathologies:
tumors of the nerves, as well as the brain and spinal cord (both benign and malignant, including with metastases);
traumatic damage to the structures of the central nervous system;
chronic pain syndrome resistant to pharmacotherapy;
congenital deformities of the skull and spine;
congenital anomalies of the brain and spinal cord;
vascular diseases (aneurysms, malformations);
hydrocephalus (dropsy of the brain);
spinal cord cysts;
ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes;
compression of nerve roots;
PRICE AND QUALITY
Prices for neurosurgical interventions in leading medical centers in Turkey are quite reasonable. They can vary depending on the number of preoperative diagnostic procedures, the nature of the intervention and the time spent in the clinic and rehabilitation center.
All doctors who have received admission to neurosurgical operations have undergone long-term multi-level retraining, rigorous testing, and training in leading European and American medical centers. They constantly exchange experiences with colleagues around the world and improve their skills.
Thanks to the well-coordinated work of doctors and nurses, the time required for full recovery and rehabilitation is reduced. Patients are able to quickly return to a fulfilling life even after the most serious surgical procedures.