About the Clinic

Brain surgery ;

Neurosurgery is a science that examines, diagnoses and surgically treats nervous system disorders. A neurosurgeon performs surgery on the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves to remove tumors, relieve chronic pain, treat wounds, vascular disorders, diseases such as Parkinson's and epilepsy.
The job description of the neurosurgeon, who is responsible for performing delicate surgeries that take long hours, includes;
Requesting radiological tests such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) to diagnose the patient's complaint,
Evaluating test results and making a diagnosis,
Obtaining approval to create a treatment plan, present and apply medical opinions to patients,
Performing the necessary surgery,
To check the patient after surgery to evaluate whether surgical interventions are successful or if additional treatment is needed,
To inform the patient and those responsible for patient care about post-operative care, exercise and rest,
To train doctor candidates,
To exchange ideas with other colleagues when necessary,
To follow the developments and innovations in the academic field,

Our Brain and Nerve Surgery Polyclinic is located on the 1st floor of E block.
Our inpatients are being followed up on the 5th floor B block.