Brain Surgery

Our Department

In our clinic, we serve with 3 professors, 8 lecturers and associate professors, 4 specialist lecturers, 9 specialist physicians, 21 residents of residency training, 58 service nurses, 30 operating room nurses, 55 intensive care nurses, 6 medical secretaries. Our clinic bed service consists of 3 service wings and 66 beds. Apart from this, we have 2 intensive care units with 16 beds, one of them is the 2nd and the other is the 3rd intensive care unit and it has a total bed capacity of 32. Adult Brain and Nerve Surgery Polyclinic, Pediatric neurosurgery outpatient clinic, Spine and Deformity outpatient clinic, aneurysm and endovascular surgery outpatient clinic, functional and endoscopic neurosurgery polyclinics 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

In our hospital, there are 5 operating rooms, one of which is double, in our clinic use. In addition, there are 2 operating rooms within the general hospital and an operation room in the pediatric hospital. Our operating rooms are equipped with modern equipment and medical devices and have the highest level of security measures and structure in terms of infection protection.

Diagnosis and Treatment Areas

Preoperative preparations of our patients are completed with a multidisciplinary approach with neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, medical oncologists, endocrinologists and, if necessary, physicians from other branches, and postoperative rehabilitation care and medical procedures are carried out in coordination with the relevant clinics. The goal of our clinic is to offer our patients the best and new diagnoses and treatments with evidence-based medicine, to carry out scientific studies and projects that will contribute to the medicine of our country, and to train neurosurgeons who will confidently entrust our future.

  • Endoscopic and functional neurosurgery
  • Vascular and endovascular neurosurgery
  • Minimally invasive neurosurgery and advanced spinal neurosurgery
  • Pediatric neurosurgery
  • Trauma neurosurgery
  • Skull base and oncological neurosurgery

Featured treatments

Endoscopic and functional neurosurgery: pituitary tumor, basal tumors, 3rd ventriculostomy, endoscopic intracranial tumor excision, rhinorrhea repair, brain pacemaker application in Parkinson’s disease, hand tremors, functional surgery treatment of movement disorders, baclofen pump and vagal nerve stimulator placement, pain implants and algological interventions, epilepsy surgery, trigeminal neuralgia surgery

Vascular and endovascular neurosurgery: Cerebral vascular malformations, cranial and spinal vascular pathologies (such as aneurysm, arteriovenous malformation, cavernoma), aneurysm, AV fistula, AVM, hemangioma, hemangioblastoma, cavernoma …, cerebral bypass surgery (endovascular procedures) AVM, AV fistula surgery, stroke and carotid stenosis treatment)

 

Minimally invasive neurosurgery, advanced spinal neurosurgery and peripheral nerve surgery: Spinal deformities (Scoliosis, kyphosis etc.), spine degenerative diseases etc., degenerative disc diseases; lumbar hernia, cervical hernia, canal narrowing, waist slippage, peripheral nerve diseases (nerve cut anastomoses with trauma, rupture repair and surgeries applied to relieve the nerve under pressure)

Pediatric neurosurgery: congenital spine problems, pediatric kyphosis, scoliosis surgery, hydrocephalus (shunt surgery, endoscopic third ventriculostomy surgery), pediatric neurosurgical diseases ((Pre-natal consultation in the womb, intraventricular / intracranial bleeding of the newborn, intracranial water collection) , endoscopic surgeries, sac repair on the head and spine (meningocele, meningomyelocele, lipomeningocele, encephalocele surgery), closed spinal dysraphisms (tense spinal cord surgery, dermal sinus surgery), filum terminale, diastometammyel / split spinal cord syndromes, pediatric brain, spinal cord syndromes )

Neurosurgery in trauma: Cerebral hemorrhages, lumbar and neck spine fractures and slips, spine fracture, (cervical thoracic lumbar vertebra fracture surgeries, vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty procedure)

Skull base and oncological neurosurgery: Benign and malignant brain tumors (such as glial tumor, corner tumor, meningioma), stereotactic biopsy, spine and spinal cord tumors (vertebra, extradural and intradural tumors with the help of neuronavigation, surgery of metastatic tumors).