General Surgery

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    Operations related to general surgery are performed with world standards in our hospital. General Surgery team managed by Surgeon Dr. Cengizhan KESER, in collaboration with Anesthesia and Intensive Care team, can perform any type of surgical intervention using advanced technologies of the world.

    All general surgery operations, endoscopy (esophagogastroduodenoscopy, colonoscopy), laparoscopic surgery, emergency thoracic, vascular operations are performed in General Surgery department of our Hospital. Varix scalarization (freezing) procedures are performed without surgical intervention.

    Laparoscopic surgery:
    Laparoscopic surgery is performed through a micro-camera inserted through several small holes in the chest and abdominal wall by looking at the display. The incision in surgical site in the case of conventional surgery is not present in laparoscopic surgery, and the operation is performed using special cameras and tools after they are entered through special holes ranging between 5-10 mm.
    Significant advantages of laparoscopy over conventional surgery are minimal bleeding during surgery, minimal post-operative pain, reduced patient hospitalization, quick return to active life, and excellent cosmetic result.
    Laparoscopy is most commonly used for bile duct stones. (laparoscopic cholecystectomy). In our hospital,  laparoscopic  appendectomy can be performed successfully. Equipped with state-of-the-art devices, Gastroenterology surgery unit of Kuşadası Hospital provides service with the latest technology.


    (2nd and 3rd Degree Hemorrhoids

    LHP is the least invasive of hemorrhoidal dearterialization surgical procedures used to treat hemorrhoids. In LHP, an integrated procedure kit designed specifically to achieve a fast, painless and most important of all simple method repeatable by the surgeon is used. Its aim is to perform submucosal-subanodermal reduction, rather than excision, of hemorrhoidal tissue without touching anoderm.

    The energy absorbed by Hemoglobin in Hemorrhoid pile causes vapor bubbles and vascular damage. Then, the tissue undergoes fibrotic change and reduction of the hemorrhoidal tissue is achieved without loss of tissue.

    As a result, the patient feels less pain after surgery and may return to normal activities sooner.

    (Anal fistulas)

    The goal is to remove the fistula pathway precisely without causing damage to the sphincter. Thus, all parts of the muscle are protected at maximum level, and fecal incontinence is prevented.

    Other possible proctologic applications of this laser method are:

    • Sinus pilonidalis
    • Moles
    • Polyp removal
    • Condyloma
    • Fissures