Organ Transplant

The transplantation of the whole or part of the organ taken from a living donor or a person with brain death instead of the organ that cannot perform its function in the body is called organ transplantation. Today, we successfully transplant heart, lung, liver, kidney, small intestine and pancreas. We also transplant tissues such as bones, tendons and ligaments to give freedom of movement to people who have tissue loss due to trauma and cancer. Our cornea transplantation allows for the vision of blind patients due to the damage of this tissue, and skin transplantation allows the removal of scars after burns and closure of wounds.