Eye Problems Increase as Children's Digital Screen Time Extends

Noting that the incidence of myopia, a refractive error that can cause serious eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma and retinal diseases, has increased dramatically in children in the last 30 years, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yabaş Kızıloğlu pointed out that spending less time outdoors and more time in front of a screen is one of the most important reasons why this situation came out.

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Insidious Danger of Pathological Fractures Increase in Recent Years

Pointing out that pathological fractures are not always preventable, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Başdelioğlu also stated that reducing the risks or early diagnosis of underlying conditions may reduce the possibility of fractures.

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In Case You Are Unable To Sleep Even If You Are Tired, Your Circadian Rhythm May Be Disrupted

Problems falling asleep at night or having difficulties maintaining the sleep, as well as being unable to wake up early in the morning might lead to lower work performance, depression, failure at school or work and even traffic accidents. Chest Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Banu M. Salepçi stated that one of the major reasons for this is the disruption of circadian rhythm.

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Intervention in the First Hours of Sepsis Saves Lives

Defining sepsis as a life-threatening disease state that leads to organ dysfunction with the abnormal response of our immune system to infection, Prof. Dr. Sibel Temür said “Sometimes it is the infections, or the organ failures are the primary reasons. But if the chart is not reviewed as a whole and an emergency treatment is not underway, risk of death goes up to 70%”.

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Constant Feeling of Hunger Might Actually be Hiding Some Diseases!

Nutrition and Dietetics Specialist Dyt, who said that the feeling of "constant hunger" that we all experience from time to time, rather than real hunger, is a common situation. Buket Ertaş Sefer pointed out that there may be different reasons behind the feeling of constant hunger and this should be investigated very well.

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1st Yeditepe Arrhythmia Symposium Was Held

Recently, the '1st Yeditepe Arrhythmia Symposium' was held in Yeditepe University Kozyatağı Hospital. The meeting was attended by Experts from Turkey and abroad who were there to watch to watch the technique which participates in the world literature as 'Cardioneuroablation'. This technique was developed by cardiologist Prof. Dr. Tolga Aksu

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Necessary Precautions to Protect Children from the Harmful Effects of the Sun

Child Health and Diseases Specialist Dr. Fatma Tülin Şimşek talked about what parents should know in order to avoid a serious health problem related to temperature in children.

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Common Misconceptions About Cholesterol

Internal Medicine specialist Dr. Mehmet Akif Öztürk argued that the society still does not have enough information about cholesterol. According to Internal Medicine specialist Dr. Öztürk, although the cholesterol level is around 30 percent in Turkey, it is ignored because it is not known enough. Many people learn about this by chance when their cholesterol levels are high in a simple blood test at the health center.

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The Priority Rule for the Protection from Summer Infections is Hygiene

Yeditepe University Hospital’s Infectious Diseases specialist Prof. Dr. Meral Sönmezoğlu gave information about the most common infections in summer and ways to prevent them.

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A Lack of Attention to Sports Injuries in Children May Affect Their Development

On the other hand, correct and timely intervention in sports injuries is very important on the growth and development of the child. Orthopedics and Traumatology specialist Prof. Dr. Hasan Bombacısaid, “Unlike adults, fractures affecting growth plates in long bones can cause deformations in the coming years.”

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Eating Disorders Can Have Dangerous Consequences

Saying that eating disorders are not only related to nutrition, but also a mental health problem that occurs with psychological and physical symptoms,Clinical Psychologist Özge Şengün said, “On the contrary, when people cann If left untreated, eating disorders can lead to dangerous consequences.

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9 Tips for Proper Nutrition During Pregnancy

Reminding that the only source of nutrition for the baby are the foods consumed by the mother, Dietician and Phytotherapy Specialist Buket Ertaş a Dietician and Phytotherapy Specialist, pointed out the nutritional mistakes which are commonly made in the said period and gave suggestions on proper nutrition.

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Treatment of Knee Arthrosis Varies According to the Person

Although knee arthrosis, known as knee calcification in the society, is known as an elderly disease, it can occur at any age. Expressing that knee arthrosis does not appear suddenly, Orthopedics and Traumatology specialist Prof. Dr. Hasan Bombacı stated that arthrosis has a long development process which lasts 10-15 years and warned that measures should be taken against it at an early age.

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What to do from Iftar to Sahur for a Healthy Ramadan

Since the month of Ramadan coincides with the spring months and days are now longer, the period of abstinence is elongated. Senior Dietitian and Senior Clinical Psychologist Merve Öz, who had stated that the eating and drinking order during the time spent between İftar, Sahur and these two meals is very important since the above-mentioned period is quite long, has listed.

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6 Misconceptions About Kidney Stones

Urology Specialist; Assoc.Prof. İlter Alkan stated that the incidence of kidney stones in our country that is located within the kidney stone belt, is approximately 15% and this rate is higher when it is compared with the incidence rate in the USA (10%). Reminding that many people in the society are struggling with this problem, he then proceeded to dispel the misconceptions.

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Hereditary Kidney Diseases Are Underrecognized

Nephrology Specialist Prof. Dr. Gülçin Kantarcı, in her statement released for the "World Kidney Day", drew attention to the fact that despite the prevalence of kidney diseases, there is still not enough and accurate information about hereditary kidney diseases, which are very common both in the world and in our country.

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Perfectionist Structure Can Cause Fibromyalgia Disease

Expressing that one of the important factors triggering fibromyalgia is the personality structure, Specialist Clinical Psychologist, Uzm. dit. Merve Öz emphasized that fibromyalgia is more common especially in people with sensitive and perfectionist structures.

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Key Surgery Performed In Turkish Hospital For First Time

A tissue transplant operation from a woman with an overactive parathyroid gland to a mother without parathyroid glands has been completed successfully, a doctor has confirmed. The operation, performed for the first time among first-degree relatives, is expected to enter the medical literature, said Endocrine Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. Erhan Ayşan, the endocrine surgeon who performed the transplant.

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PRP Treatment Offers Innovative Solutions in Infertility

Pointing out that PRP, which is used in the treatment of many diseases from hair loss to skin rejuvenation, from pain treatment to orthopedic diseases, also offers innovative solutions in the treatment of infertility, Obstetrics and Gynecology IVF Specialist Prof. Dr. Erkut Attar said that successful results can be achieved especially in women with early menopause and low egg count.

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The Rate Of Kidney Stones Has Begun To Increase In Women

Although kidney stones, which affect the quality of life seriously, are mostly seen in men, a recent study revealed that the rate of stone formation in women increased. Urology Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. İlter Alkan evaluated the reasons behind the increase in the rate of kidney stones in women according to the 'Gender Differences in Urinary Tract Stones' study conducted in the USA in 2021.

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Hernias in Children Should Be Intervented Without Wasting Time

Stating that hernias can occur at every stage of childhood, from the newborn period to adolescence, Pediatric Surgery Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Şafak Karaçay said, “The hernia can appear on the first day after birth, as well as at the age of 16. The point to be noted here is that the hernia should be intervened as soon as it is seen”.

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Unexpected Causes of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss, which can affect everyone of all ages, can occur due to many different reasons such as heredity, aging, and disease. Claiming that various diseases as well as risk factors such as congenital, infections, noise-exposure related, age-related, traumatic and immune-related issues, Yeditepe University Otorhinolaryngology Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. H. Deniz Tansuker provided some of the less-known reasons.

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Technique Developed by a Turkish Doctor Has Become Part of Literature; Is Now an Alternative to Pacemakers

The ‘Cardioneuroablation’ technique, defined as an ‘option to treat by ablation’ for patients who are 40 years of age or younger, and have a problem with cardiological transmitting and fainting, without the need of a pacemaker by Prof. Dr. Tolga Aksu, Cardiology Specialist, has earned its place in world’s literature.

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Attention to Menstrual Pain Lasting More Than 6 Months!

Pointing out that pelvic pain, which 10 out of every 1 women struggles with, can lead to infertility if not treated, Gynecology, Obstetrics and IVF Specialist Prof. Dr. Erkut Attar said that if the pain is not diagnosed early, it can become chronic and affect the central nervous system.

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Thyroid Hormone Deficiency May Cause Short Stature

Stating that one of the most common causes of short stature is thyroid hormone deficiency (hypothyroidism), Pediatric Health and Diseases Specialist Assistant Professor Elif Sağsak, MD. reminded that a simple blood test may be sufficient to detect this congenital or future problem.

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Gold Standard Treatment for Benign Prostate Enlargement: HoLEP

Reminding that, with the increase in the average life expectancy today, 60 out of 5 men over 2 years of age have benign prostate enlargement, Urology Specialist Prof. Dr. Faruk Yencilek said, “HoLEP, which we use in the treatment of this problem, provides a much faster recovery compared to similar methods with the minimum risk of bleeding and shortening the hospitalization period in patients.”

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Eco-Anxiety Can Have Panic Attacks Consequences

Psychiatrist Prof. Dr. Okan Taycan, "Eco-anxiety is a signal that we need to do something for our world, in most cases it is not a deviation or disorder that can be corrected by medical intervention. Here, the solution lies in taking a social attitude rather than individual prescriptions." He stated that eco-anxiety is a natural reaction to the threat of man-made destruction of the world.

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Attention to the Temporary Complaints of MS!

Drawing attention to the temporary symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), especially seen in young adults, Neurology Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emin Özcan drew attention to the temporary symptoms of MS and gave important information about the disease.

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If You Have Abdominal Pain At Least Once A Week, Beware!

Gastroenterology Specialist said that IBS is a functional disease that seriously affects a persons quality of life, causes loss of work force and can even cause psychological problems if not treated.

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Pay Attention To The Child Who Snores At Least 3 Days A Week!

Pointing out that sleep apnea, which varies from simple snoring to obstructive breathing, can cause different problems for children, Otorhinolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery Specialist Op. Dr. Ziya Bozkurt warned. Underlining that children who wet the bed and snore at least 3 days a week, attention should be paid to Op. Dr. Bozkurt explained that the treatment was done according to the underlying cause.

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New Treatment Approaches Promising in Metastatic Breast Cancer

Medical Oncology Specialist bout breast cancer, which is the most common in women in Turkey and in the world and is likely to be caught by 8 out of every 1 women, Prof Dr. Bala Başak Öven evaluated the results of the European Oncology Congress (ESMO 2021) held recently. She gave information about promising new developments.

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Mortality Rate Increased in Breast Cancer Cases Under 40 Years of Age

According to an analysis study published recently in the Journal of Radiology, it was noted that the death toll from breast cancer in women under the age of 40 increased for the first time since 1987. General Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. Özcan Gökçe evaluated the study, which surprised the results.

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Infection May Cause Asthma Onset

Reminding that one out of every 10 children in Turkey has asthma, Pediatric Allergy and Immunology Specialist Prof. Dr. Hülya Ercan Sarıçoban drew attention to the fact that asthma is a chronic disease and infections cause the onset and exacerbation of asthma.

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We Only Have Surgery Thanks to Anesthesia

Reanimation Specialist Prof. Dr. Hatice Türe, claimed that if there were no anesthesia specialists and anesthesia, who are the secret heroes of surgery and intensive care, there would be no surgery today, and World Anesthesia Day concerns every person received health care, was operated who finds a cure for his pain.

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Breastfed Babies Have Lower Blood Pressure, Healthier Hearts

Pointing out that the benefits of breast milk are endless,Pediatric Health and Diseases, Newborn Specialist Prof. Dr. Filiz Bakar said that breast milk, which is called which starts to be secreted right after birth and lasts for four to five days, is a very useful, rich and protective miraculous food source in every sense.

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Incidence of Thyroid Cancer Increased by 185 Percent

Thyroid cancer was discussed in JAMA, one of the most respected medical journals in the world, published by the American Medical Association. Turkey is included in this study, which was conducted on 195 countries and included striking results. Evaluating the results of the study, Endocrine Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. Erhan Ayşan emphasized that they rarely see such extensive studies in the literature.

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Goal in Heart Diseases; To reduce the loss of life by at least 25 percent by 2025

Many institutions around the world continue their efforts to reduce the loss of life related to heart diseases and to raise awareness. Cardiology Specialist Dr. Çiğdem Koca explained the 7-step rule to prevent heart diseases, recommended by the American Society of Cardiology, one of the most important institutions focused on cardiological problems.

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9 Suggestions to Fix Childrens Deteriorated Eating Habits

Department of Nutrition and Dietetics Specialist Clinical Psychologist and Specialist Dietitian Merve Öz pointed out that the consumption of junk food and fast food increased during this period and made recommendations for parents to help children gain healthy eating habits.

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Facial Sagging and Tired Image Can Be Removed After Weight Loss

Pointing out the sagging in the stomach, legs, arms and other areas of the body following a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy or with diet, Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist Assoc. gave information about face lift operations.

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Injured Athletes Can Return To Sports With Cartilage Transplant

Stating that cartilage injuries due to sports activities are treatable via cartilage transplantation from a donor, Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Prof. Dr. Gökhan Meriç said, quot;In a study conducted with NBA professional athletes who refrained from sports due to cartilage damage, it was shown that 80 percent of the athletes were able to return to sports life with their pre-injury performance after cartilage transplantation.

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Obesity Increases Early Puberty

In order for the adolescence period, which is accepted as the transition period from childhood to adulthood, to be healthy, Pediatric Health and Diseases Specialist Dr. Elif Sağsak warned families. Reminding that girls start puberty between the ages of 8 and 13, and boys between the ages of 9 and 14, Dr. Elif Sağsak stated, “The age of puberty has shifted forward, especially in girls with obesity problems. However, in some cases, early puberty may develop due to certain diseases”.

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Protective Equipment Required When Using Electric Scooters

Especially in recent years, electric scooters, which are increasingly used in our country as well as all over the world, bring some risks with them. Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist pointed out that nearly 50 percent of electric scooter accidents result in orthopedic injuries.

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Does Pregnancy Reduce the Risk of Uterine Cancer?

Evaluating the results of the study carried out by the medical research institute, gynecological cancers group in Australia, Prof. Dr. Orhan Ünal said, “The history of 17 uterine cancer patients was examined, and the probability of encountering endometrial cancer in people who had a pregnancy here was found to be 40 percent lower.”

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Kidney Stone Problems are Seen in 5 Out of 100 Children

Pointing out that 5 out of every 100 children have kidney stone problems, Pediatric Surgery Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Şafak Karaçay stated that children and babies cannot express their complaints and emphasized that genetic factors and nutrition should be paid attention to.

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Can Permanent Treatment Be Provided for Rhythm Disorders?

Rhythm disorders are one of the most frequently complained issues in terms of heart health, and this problem, which occurs at all ages, can be caused by a simple reason or hide a much larger problem. Cardiology Specialist Prof. Dr Tolga Aksu reminded that rhythm disorders, which can be life-threatening, can manifest themselves with an underestimated symptom such as palpitations.

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The Issue will be Observed More as Average Life Expectancy Increases

Obstetrician and Gyneacology Specialist Dr. Melis Gökçe Koçer Yazıcı stated that, unfortunately, women avoid applying to a doctor due to a feeling of embarassment, lack of information regarding the treatment methods and/or fear of surgery. As average life expectancy increases, it is thought that this issue will be observed more in parallel.

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Untreated Genital Problems Can Cause Urinary Incontinence

Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Dr. Mert Yeşiladalı provided information about non-surgical genital aesthetic applications. Noting that vaginal sagging and enlargement are an important problem for women, Dr. Yeşiladalı underlined that this situation causes urinary incontinence and can significantly reduce the quality of life of women unless it is treated.

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Achievement of a Turkish Scientist

Series and the results of the successful surgeries conducted by Honorary Chair of the “World Neurosurgery Associations Federation”, Prof. Dr. Uğur Türe and his team are placed on the cover of the August 2021 issue of the “Journal of Neurosurgery” journal, the most prestigious journal of the neurosurgery field throughout the world.

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Crunching in the Kneecap May Be a Sign of Calcification

If you experience pain in your knees when squatting or going up and down stairs, it may indicate a problem. Orthopedics and Traumatology specialist Prof. Dr. Gokhan Meric conveyed important information about the period in which many people should take into account this situation from time to time.

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Targeted Atomic Therapy is Hope for Many Cancers

Pointing out that cancer is a health problem with an increasing incidence, Yeditepe University Hospital Department of Nuclear Medicine, Prof. Dr. Nalan Alan Selçuk shared important information nuclear medicine treatment methods and their success rates.

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Meniscus Tear Warning from a Specialist: Beware of Sports Grounds!

Emphasizing the importance of early diagnosis of meniscal tear, which is often seen in the elderly and athletes, Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. stated that the meniscus tear can reoccur after the treatment, especially in athletes, and therefore the sports ground should be smooth.

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60 Percent of Shoulder Pain Complaints are Caused by Shoulder Impingement

Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist provided warnings regarding shoulder impingement syndrom that is commonly confused with cervical disc hernia, nerve entrapment and cramps.

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6 Problems Causing Pain in the Feet

The feet, which play the most important role in walking function; have a complex structure consisting of bones, joints, ligaments and soft tissues, so a big or small problem that may occur in each of these structures can cause foot pain. Orthopedics and Traumatology specialist pointed out that many problems, from injuries or infections to structural problems, can cause foot pain.

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The Process Leading to Kidney Failure in Young People Proceeds Insidiously

Kidney failure, which is the last stage of chronic kidney disease, is an important problem especially in our country where kidney diseases are common. Reminding that there are many factors from diabetes to rheumatological diseases in the emergence of the disease, Internal Medicine and Nephrology Specialist said that with the diagnosis at an early stage, it can be treated to a significant extent.

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The Rate of Allergic Diseases Has Increased 20 Times in the Last 3 Years

Studies show that by 2050, one out of every two people will have an allergic nature. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology Specialist Prof. Dr. Hülya Ercan Sarıçoban pointed out that allergy diseases, which were seen at a rate of 3-5% about 20 years ago, have increased to a rate of 10-15% by showing an increase of 2-3 times today.

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Underlying Lung Cancer Cases are Discovered with Coronavirus-related CT Scans

Pulmonologist Dr. Seha Akduman stated that the number of newly diagnosed lung cancer cases is 5 times higher than last year's average. He claimed, “Especially smokers that we could not convince for tomography had to have tomography due to coronavirus. In this way, we were able to catch lung cancer at an early stage”.

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Urinary Tract Infections Can Be A Sign Of Menopause

Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Prof. Dr. Rukset Attar said that besides known symptoms such as hot flashes and menstrual irregularities, it also manifested itself with lesser known complaints such as urinary tract infection.

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Patients Who Sag When They Lose Weight Are Investigating Body Shaping Surgery

Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist shared information about body shaping. General Surgery Specialist underlined that obesity surgery, which is one of the methods preferred by people who need to lose excess weight in recent years, is a proven treatment method in the treatment of obesity and obesity-related diseases.

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Advice from the Specialist to Visit a Cardiologist Before Fainting

Since fainting, which is defined as temporary loss of consciousness, hides many different problems at the bottom, it is necessary to be careful. Cardiology Specialist pointed out that fainting, especially due to heart diseases, poses a risk to life.

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Important Warning from the Specialist: Attention to Salts Containing Potassium!

Stating that diabetes and hypertension developing due to nutrition and salt consumption can lead to kidney failure, Internal Diseases and Nephrology Specialist Prof. Dr. Gülçin Kantarcı made important warnings.

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Mistakes That Make Weight Loss Difficult

Exp. RD. Buket Ertaş said te following: The protein that we excessively consume is also stored as fat in the body! Excessive consumption of any very healthy and beneficial food can also cause weight gain”. She explained the mistakes that will make weight loss difficult and how the correct behavior should be:

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Attention! Improper Nutrition Paves the Way to Kidney Failure

Noting that the kidney failure disease, a disease that hardly shows symptoms, is becoming more and more common, Internal Diseases and Nephrology Specialist Prof. Gülçin Kantarcı, MD. said that diabetes and hypertension, which develop depending on the diet, cause kidney failure.

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Breast Cancer Can Be Caught by Mammography from 2 Years Ago

Radiology Specialist Assoc. Prof. Filiz Çelebi, MD. pointed out that the precursor lesions of breast cancer could be detected approximately 2 years ago with mammography.

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Men Should Also Have Cervical Cancer Vaccine

Stating that cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer in women under 45 years in the world, Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Prof. Dr. Orhan Ünal said that men as well as women should have HPV vaccine in order to be protected from this cancer.

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Brain Battery Connecting Parkinson Patients to Life

Brain and Nerve Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. A. Hilmi Kaya said that brain pacemaker therapy connects patients to life again, especially in advanced stage cases who do not benefit from drug therapy.

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1 in 4 People Who Smoke Has COPD

It is predicted that COPD, which ranks 3rd among diseases that cause loss of life today, will increase even more in the coming years due to the increase in smoking rates. Informing us that approximately 400 million people in the world have COPD, Pulmonologist Prof. Dr. Banu Musaffa Salepçi points out that unfortunately 9 out of 10 COPD patients does not know that they are ill.

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Cancer Susceptibility Can Be Determined With That Test

Reminding that breast and colon cancers, which are common cancers today, can also show genetic transition, Assoc. Prof. Kuşkucu, MD. said that the risks of each family are different from each other, and thus the suggestions presented have changed accordingly.

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Treatment without Tampons in Nasal Surgeries

When it comes to patient and physician-friendly innovations in nasal and sinus surgeries, the first thing that comes to mind is the tampons used after surgery. Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Specialist Prof. İlhan Topaloğlu, MD. said, “However, at the point reached today, patients can return to their daily life more comfortably and quickly without the need for tampons after these surgeries”.

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Hot Chemotherapy Is a New Hope for Advanced Cancer Patients

Gastroenterology Surgery Specialist Assoc. Prof. Süleyman Orman, MD, MD said, While 6-12 months of life was predicted for stage-4 cancers in the past, 5-year life expectancy in colon cancers has increased up to 40 percent with Hot Chemotherapy.

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If Chocolate Cyst Is Not Treated Correctly, It Can Prevent Motherhood

Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Professor Dr. Erkut Attar warned, If the cyst is surgically removed before the woman becomes pregnant or the egg retrieval procedure is performed, it can seriously damage the patient's fertility

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Life Span Extends As Cancer Numbers Increase

Pointing out that an increase is observed in the number of cancer cases with each passing year both in Turkey and in the world, Medical Oncology Specialist claimed, In Turkey there are many specific reasons for the increase.

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Pay Attention to Aphonia that Lasts More Than 15 Days!

Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr Zeynep Alkan continued his words as follows: “Our voice is very important in persuading the other person in expressing ourselves and our feelings. When our voice is bad, our self-confidence decreases and we become withdrawn.

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Myths Regarding Growth in Children

Pediatrics specialist reminded that, of course, experiences are important in child development, but it should not be forgotten that every child is different. Stating that there may be some incorrect information that comes with all the experience obtained, she explained the false facts about child development.

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Patients with Resistant Epilepsy May Waste Time to Receive Correct Diagnosis

Stating that resistant epilepsy is a serious disease, Prof. Dr. Berrin Aktekin underlined that the treatment should be done in specialized centers. She pointed out the importance of correct diagnosis by saying that patients lose time if the diagnosis is not made correctly with standard tests.

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Thyroid Diseases Require Careful Eye Examination

Thyroid diseases can have a negative effect on the eyes, like many organs in the body. Emphasizing that serious eye problems may be encountered that may cause permanent vision loss if not treated, Ophthalmology Specialist Dr. Faculty Member underlined that postoperative eye examinations should not be disrupted, especially.

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Screening Age Reduced from 50 to 45 in Colon Cancer

Stating that the incidence of colon cancer before the age of 50 has doubled in recent years, General Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. Cüneyt Kayaalp drew attention to the study of the American Gastroenterology Association. Prof. Dr. Kayaalp stated that according to the study, the scanning age was reduced from 50 to 45.

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The Usage Area of Closed Surgeries in Gynecology is Expanding

Endoscopic surgery is also used extensively in gynecological diseases. Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist said that endoscopic operations have more advantages compared to open surgeries.

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Hypertension Might Cause Growth Retardation in Children

Pediatric Nephrology Specialist Dr. Ruhan Düşünsel emphasized that especially overweight obese children are at high risk in terms of hypertension. Accordingly, he warned that the presence of headache, visual impairment and general symptoms in children with symptomatic hypertension may lead to growth retardation.

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What Should Be Considered In Preventing Home Accidents For The Elderly?

Home accidents, are the accidents rank second, after the traffic accident. Stating that home accidents threaten the elderly and children most, Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Professor Turhan Özler said that it is possible to reduce the risk with simple measures to be taken.

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Involuntary Urinary Incontinence Cause of Depression in Women

Gynecology and Obstetrics, Gynecological Oncology Specialist Prof. Dr. Orhan Ünal, In the development of urinary incontinence; He stated that risk factors such as age, number of births, difficult births, obesity, smoking, chronic cough, constipation, bladder prolapse, previous pelvic surgery or injury, urinary system infections and menopause play an important role.

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Non-Surgical Nose Aesthetics Can Be Performed With Filling

Head of Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic Surgery Department Assoc. Dr. Uğur Anıl Bingöl said that although wet rhinoplasty cannot completely replace traditional rhinoplasty, it is a safe and effective alternative to surgical procedure.

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Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist emphasized that patients who do not respond to drug treatment in canine breast disease, whose cause of occurrence is not known exactly, yielded satisfactory results from surgical methods.

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Recommendations to Strengthen the Immune System

Internal Diseases and Nephrology Specialist Prof. Dr. Gülçin Kantarcı said that the immune system should be kept strong at all times, not only during the disease period, and gave information about the foods that will help strengthen the body resistance.

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Generations With SMA Can Be Broken With Victimization Screening Tests

Medical Genetics Specialist Assoc. Dr. Ayşegül Kuşkucu said that if couples are screened with the SMA test before they have a baby and it is determined that they are carriers, it is possible to have healthy children with the methods and tests they will plan together by medical genetic experts.he spoke.

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Genetic Factors Can Increase Eye Pressure Risk 7-Fold

Glaucoma, or colloquially known as eye pressure, is one of the eye diseases that progress insidiously. Eye Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Belkıs Ilgaz Yalvaç warned that glaucoma, which can lead to vision loss if left untreated, may increase by 7 times if it occurs in a close family member.

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Thyroid Storm Can Disrupt Life

It is known that many diseases occur when vital thyroid hormones work more or less. Pointing out that sometimes the increase in hormone secretions is given to the blood very quickly and in large quantities, the picture of thyroid storm” may occur, Endocrine Surgery Specialist from Parathyroid Transplantation Clinic. Prof. Dr. Erhan Ayşan said, Here is the storm inside us, from now on.

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Stomach Cancer Increases As Wrong Diets Increase

Quiet and progressive for many years without symptoms gastric cancer is one of the most common types of cancer. Gastroenterology Specialist Prof. Dr. Cengiz Pata “Among all cancers, it was seen that, stomach cancer ranked fifth with 5,8 percent in men; and sixth in women with 3,7 percent” said.

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She Didnt Have an Endoscopy Because Was Scared, But 2 Years Later Found Out She Had Stomach Cancer.

General Surgery Specialist Prof. Dr. Cüneyt Kayaalp Delay in the diagnosis of tumors causes you to encounter advanced stage cancer patients. If you are over the age of 50, even if you have no complaints, I recommend you to be checked by regular endoscopy and colonoscopy said.

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No Meta-Analysis in SMA Treatment” said Prof. Dr. Haluk Aydın Topaloğlu

Studies may not reflect ‘real-world experience,’ says Dr. Haluk Aydin Topaloglu There have been no meta-analysis in SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) treatments, which has led to a significant disability that is rather new to yield concrete results, the Turkish pediatrician told.

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A Mysterious Disease: Leaky Bowel Syndrome

Saying that leaky bowel syndrome, which has been mentioned frequently recently, is shown as one of the biggest underlying causes of autoimmune diseases. Dyt. Exp. Clinic Psk. Merve Öz said that many factors, from nutritional errors, unnecessary drugs such as stress, antibiotics, antidepressants to pathogens such as bacteria and / or viruses, predispose to diseases by affecting the intestinal permeability.

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Watch Out Blue Light Emitted By Devices For The Health Of Your Eyes

“Spending too much time looking at a screen can keep people from blinking as often as they should and from focusing on things at different locations. This can make the eyes feel dry, gritty, tired, or strained. The simple solution is to look at least 20 feet away, for 20 seconds, every 20 minutes,” said Prof. Dr. Sinan Tatlıpınar, Head of Ophthalmology Department at Yeditepe University Hospitals.

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The Importance of Flu and Pneumonia Vaccines

Internal Diseases Specialist Dr. Ömer İnan Ayata stated that getting a flu vaccine will provide a very important advantage in the coronavirus pandemic process. Stating that people starting to go to closed places will also have a negative effect on the increase in the number of cases especially with the cold weather, Ömer İnan Ayata explained that at this point, getting a flu vaccine is one of the first measures.

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The First Symptoms of Als are Nervous Jamming

ALS, known as the disease of motor neuron cells, seriously affects the life of both patients and their relatives. neurology Specialist therefore pointed to the importance of early diagnosis in the disease. However, he said that mixing the symptoms of the disease with many diseases may delay the diagnosis.

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It is very dangerous to get flu and coronavirus at the same time

Internal Diseases Specialist Dr. Ömer İnan Ayata stated that getting a flu vaccine will provide a very important advantage in the coronavirus pandemic process. Stating that especially with the cold weather, people starting to go to closed places will also have a negative effect on the increase in the number of cases.

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The Giant Stones In The Biliary Tract Of 71-Year-Old Patient Were Removed Without Surgery.

Rarely seen stones were detected in the bile tract of 71 year old Mustafa Selvi, who consulted his physician with severe malaise complaints. The patient was not eligible for open surgery due to his age and other accompanying diseases. In this difficult case, stones were removed with the ERCP method applied by Gastroenterology Specialist Prof. Dr Meltem Ergün, and the patients life was saved.

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The Cause of Abdominal Pain Has Not Been Found for Years... Varicose Veins Appeared in Her Ovary

Under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Dr Melih Topcuoğlu, Interventional Radiology Specialist, Sahillioğlu, who had suffered for years from the disease caused by the enlargement of the veins in her lower abdomen and groin, was treated with an endovascular embolization process by entering through a pinhole opening in veins in the neck and accessing the ovarian and uterine veins that have become varicose veins.

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Why Seniors are at Risk for Covid-19?

Reminding that there may be functional losses even if there is no chronic disease accompanying people over 65, Internal Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Yaşar Küçükardalı said that these losses with age still bring the person vulnerable to diseases.

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Turkey has produced parathyroid hormone, on which it spends 16 million Turkish Lira each year, domestically and nationally for the first time.

In consequence of a 5 million TL investment and two years of hard work by a crowded team led by Yeditepe University Faculty Members of Prof. Dr Fikrettin Şahin, Prof. Dr Erhan Ayşan, Asst. Prof. Emrah Nikerel, biosimilar parathormone production was realized for the first time in Turkey. The hormone has reached its final stage in the production phase and is expected to be on the shelves after the licensing process.

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She was told she could lose both eyes, and she recovered with the operation.

İpek, who was recovered from decollement based on retinal detachments thanks to the surgery using the correct method, said she is recovering and is very happy. Yeditepe University Hospital Head of Department of Ophthalmology, Prof. Dr Sinan Tatlıpınar, stating that the disease called retinal detachment is a disease seen in 1 person in 10.000, expressed that this situation is rarely seen in young people.

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Does, The First And Only Antimicrobial Hospital, Yeditepe University Koşuyolu

Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital has the feature of Turkeys first antimicrobial hospital. thanks to the patented special molecule developed at Yeditepe University laboratories, zero hospital infections a re targeted.

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Recovered From Surgery Recommended Thyroid Nodule By Needle Aspiration Method

The young man, to whom surgery was recommended and who learned that thyroid tissue should be removed along with the gland, did not want the thyroid tissue to be removed and an incision in his neck for this non-malignant nodule. Needle aspiration method, that is, radiofrequency ablation was applied to Buçan, who consulted Prof. Dr Erhan Ayşan, Endocrine Surgery Specialist, and the nodule was melted.

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Her Maddening Pain Ended with Acupuncture Treatment

Despite the different treatment methods performed, he applied to Yeditepe University Complementary Medical Center with the guidance of her spouse after the pain that she could not define and her facial paralysis. After acupuncture treatment applied by Dr Berna Atay, she was able to return to her painless and healthy days in as little as one month.

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Ashamed To Speak, Reborn In His New Voice

Mehmet Ökten, 21, from Şanlıurfa, had many problems for years due to his thin voice. It was even thought that there was a woman talking on the phone. Professor of Otorhinolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery at Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital. Dr. With the voice aesthetics operation carried out by Zeynep Alkan, she got the voice she wanted after years

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He Walked Out Of The Hospital Where He Entered On Crutches

Mehmet Serhan Albayrak, 64, living in Istanbul, was walking in pain with his crutches, doubled due to the wear on his hip joint and cartilage. Having experienced very severe pain, Albayrak, Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist. Dr. Restored health after hip replacement surgery by Faik Altıntaş

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Recovered From The Tumour Covering Half Of His Larynx With Closed Surgery

Cahit Ermiş applied for hoarseness and difficulty in swallowing in Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital, Ear Nose Throat and Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Thanks to the laser operation performed orally, Zeynep Alkan got rid of the tumor covering half of her throat. Moreover, he got the voice he lost.

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Came To Turkey To Get Rid Of Colostomy Bag

Cornel Sırbu learned that she had colon cancer during her colonoscopy examination. The intestine of Serbian was taken out and connected to the Serbu, who continues his life with the General Surgery Specialist. Dr. It was almost reborn with the operation performed by

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Thanks To The Ovarian Rejuvenation Method, She Is Counting The Days For Birth!

Ummuhan Bektas Bilgin, who the doctors said it was very difficult to have a child with the diagnosis of early ovarian insufficiency, became pregnant with the egg rejuvenation method PRP. He says that this method will be hope for many couples like Bilgin couple. IVF

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Turkish Doctors Saved The Finger Which Was Said To Require Amputation In Germany And Bulgaria

Ivanov, whose finger becomes unusable, is a Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist Assoc. Dr. Uğur Anıl reached Bingöl. In his country and Germany, his finger, called 'must be cut', was saved after antibiotic treatment and tissue transplant surgery.

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She Was Treated For Asthma For Two Years But Has Had A Tumour In Her Trachea

A 3-centimeter tumor was detected in the young woman's trachea, which clogged 95 per cent of her windpipe and covered the right half of the thyroid gland. The young woman who learned her illness came to Istanbul for surgery. She was examined by Prof. Dr. Sina Ercan who is Head of the Department of Thoracic Surgery at the Yeditepe University Hospitals, and then was taken to surgery. The young woman, who had difficulty even in speaking due to shortness of breath, regained her health after about 7 hours of surgery.

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Yeditepe University Produced A Ventilation Device

Yeditepe University has produced an emergency/pandemic transport ventilator prototype, one of the vital healthcare equipment during the Covid-19 pandemic. Technical tests for the prototype, developed with the spearheading of the Yeditepe University Biomedical Engineering Department and named “7Vent”, have been successful. 

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He Can Now Run Freely Thanks To Surgery Performed In Turkey

Nikolazi, who is only 7 years old, faced the danger of losing his leg as a result of a traffic accident while on holiday with his family. He came to Yeditepe University Hospital after being told that there was nothing that could be done for treatment in his country and that his leg could be amputated. After the challenging operations and treatment performed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Uğur Anıl Bingöl, who is Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic Surgery Specialist, his foot and leg recovered.

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30-Year Imam Regains His Voice With Voice Therapy

Yeditepe University Hospital, Ear Nose and Throat Diseases and Head and Neck Surgery Specialist informed about the causes and treatment of hoarseness.

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Tumor in the Trachea Removed Without Damaging the Vocal Cord

Prof. Dr. Sina Ercan, Dean of Yeditepe University Faculty of Medicine and Head of the Department of Thoracic Surgery, said that some of the patients with breathing difficulties are misdiagnosed and have a treatment of COPD or asthma.

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The Chance of Becoming a Father Increases with Microchip Technology

Contrary to the common misperception regarding infertility, the male factor plays a role equally significant as the female. According to statistics today, about 40 % - 45 % of patients admitted for IVF treatment have a male factor. Gynaecology and Obstetrics, IVF Specialist Professor Dr Erkut Attar, has said microchip application is an essential step in male infertility treatment.

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Gazi Yaşargil: Top Brain Surgeon of the Century

Accepted as the father of modern neurosurgery, Gazi Yaşargil was a doctor that changed medical history with his ingenuity in developing microsurgical techniques and instruments

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Novel Coronavirus: A Guide for Protection

Coronavirus, which has been the primary focus in our country and throughout the world since January 2020, has been diagnosed in 183.000 people in 155 different countries so far. As its course and its death rates are clearly observable and there are possible treatment methods, it is not a disease to be afraid of.

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Turkish Physicians Support Football – Heading Ban For Kids

Children constantly training and playing football are at risk of dementia, memory loss, doctors say There had already been a ban on heading the football for kids aged under 11 in the U.S. The headers will be banned in practice or training sessions but children will be allowed to use their heads during matches.The new guidelines have been in practice as of this February.

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Depression Seen in One in Four Pregnancy Sugars

Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases Specialist, Professor said that according to the results of 62 studies based on the analysis results, one out of every 4 vvomen diagnosed with gestational diabetes has depression.

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How Should Sunnies Be Chosen?

Yeditepe University Eye Health and Eye Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Ilgaz Yalvaç draws attention to make provision for our sunnies's preferences.

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Pica Syndrome

Stating that PICA syndrome is seen in 5-10 percent of children, Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital, Pediatric Hematology Specialist Doctor Çetin Timur said that PICA syndrome can cause severe neurological disorders.

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Knee and Hip Arthroplasty Boosts Quality of Life

Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Assoc. Dr. Turhan Özler said that thanks to the surgical methods used in joint disorders, the quality of life of the patients has increased as they lead a painless life.

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Rashes That Require Attention in Children

While skin rashes are sometimes a stand-alone problem, they may also be the initial symptom of another disease. Pediatrician Perihan Çobanoğlu Saf, M.D., from Yeditepe University Kozyatağı Hospital listed the rashes which should be taken seriously in children and explained the necessary precautions.

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Medication Treatment is Prioritized in Blocked Blood Vessels of Legs

Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery, expresses that atherosclerosis can be seen in patients with commonly known risk factors such as smoking, high cholesterol and family history of vascular disease: “Patients may, sometimes, disregard the pain that is induced by walking.

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Paternal Prostate Cancer Is a Risk Factor for Breast Cancer in Daughter

Medical geneticist and academician Ayşegül Kuşkucu, M.D., states that 10 percent of breast cancer cases are hereditary. Emphasizing that breast and ovarian cancer are inherited not only from female relatives but also from male relatives, Doctor Kuşkucu says “History of prostate cancer in father and close male relatives should provoke a high-index suspicion for hereditary cancer.”

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In Vitro Fertilization Center

Yeditepe University Hospitals render healthcare services at all medical departments without making profit, as necessitated by its mission and vision. Continuing operations at this direction, In Vitro Fertilization Center also maintains its activities for providing couples with pregnancy plan with accurate solutions. All treatment strategies tailored to special needs of person and couple are planned in the light of scientific data and current approaches.

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Future of Microneurosurgery and Neuroanesthesiology

Future of Microneurosurgery and Neuroanesthesiology  "Special Symposiums" June 25, 2020. İstanbul. You can visit ssps2020.com website to apply and get detailed information.

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Turkey gave the Turkiye organ lesson to the world in organ transplantation

Organ Transplant Coordinators... They are the heroes behind the scenes of the life-saving organ transplant processes. 60 organ transplant coordinators from 30 countries met in istanbul at the International Organ Transplantation Coordinators Training Course...

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The sole remedy for Chronic Renal Failure is Transplantation!

Yeditepe University Hospitals Kidney Transplant Clinic, said, Slowly advancing diseases, causing an adaptation in the body is delayed to be notice.

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One Out Of Every Three People in Turkey is Pre-Diabetes

Endocrinology Specialist Turkey, 1 out of every 3 people pre-diabetes patients. The incidence is 36 percent. If we think pre-diabetes leads diabetes in the long term, we can understand what important is and must be taken to prevent it.

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All About Kidney Transplantation and Organ Donation

So what do we know about organ transplantation and donation? Organ transplantation and awareness around the issue in Turkey have grown in leaps and strides in recent years.Public awareness ads and the work of the Ministry of Health have played a significant role in the growth in the number of donations.

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HSCT: Bone Marrow Transplantation Explained

A leading member of a number of international associations, and with more than 60 of his articles and papers published internationally, Yeditepe University Hospital’s Specialist in Hematology Prof. Dr. Hasan Atilla Özkan explains why the popular term ‘bone marrow transplantation’ can be misleading.

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Bulgarian Top Model Risking Leg Amputation Recovers in Turkey

Christine Ilieva had a promising international modeling career before a car accident in her native Bulgaria shattered her dreams. She was at risk of amputation but a Turkish hospital helped her regain her health and she can walk again thanks to a first-of-its-kind surgery for Turkey. Prof. Dr. Gokhan Meric

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Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Today, over 60,000 stem cell transplant (SCT) procedures are carried out in more than 600 centers worldwide. SCT is a challenging method of treatment; the complications should not be underestimated.

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Yeditepe University 1st Pituitary Day Craniopharyngiomas in honor of Professor Gazi Yasargil

Dear Colleagues, Starting from this year, “Yeditepe Pituitary Days ecek will be held every year. Within the scope of Yeditepe 1st Pituitary Days to be held on October 12, 2019, CRANIOPHARINGIOMAS will be discussed. This meeting, the most important neurosurgeon of the second half of the last century. Dr. Gazi YAŞARGİL.

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Cartilage Transplantation From Donor Has Been Started To Perform in Turkey

Cartilage transplantation from donor is performed for many years in USA. Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Prof. Dr. Gokhan Meric,Healthy cartilage from donor is transplanted to the patients such as liver and kidney he said.

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Turkish Physician Developed a Novel Method for Parathyroid Transplant

Endocrine Surgery Specialist from Parathyroid Transplant Clinic Dr. Transplantation of parathyroid tissue into the abdomen, implemented by Erhan Ayşan, was approved by the International Patent Institute and entered the medical literature.

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He Had a Kidney Transplant, Got Rid of Heart Failure as Well

The life of the 46-year-old man Nevzat Orman changed completely 2,5 years ago when he was diagnosed with renal failure. Due to coronary failure developed during the dialysis treatment, they said he could receive transplantation and he was on the danger list. Nevzat Orman’s difficult operation was performed by the General Surgeon at the Organ Transplantation Center of the Yeditepe University Hospitals.

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Gastroenterology Procedures: Myth and Reality

In reality, the quality and precision of endoscopic equipment and devices, which are the basis of endoscopic diagnosis, has greatly improved, and Yeditepe University Hospital patients benefit from stateof- the-art techniques and technology.

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Sexual Dysfunction

Sexuality is influenced by social values, judgments and beliefs in every society. Spoke to Yeditepe University Hospital’s Department of Urology specialist about this important issue that continues to blight the lives of men and women throughout the world.

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Importance of Physical Exercise for Cardiovascular Patients

In this article, Professor Muzaffer Değertekin, the Head of Yeditepe University Hospital’s Cardiology and Heart Disease Department, briefs Reference readers on the particular importance of physical exercise for cardiovascular patients.

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All You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer

Yeditepe University Hospital’s Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist, who has particular experience in the prevention and surgical treatment of cervical cancer, gives Reference readers a potentially lifesaving briefing.

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Big Toes Can Be A Big Problem!

We spoke to Professor of Yeditepe University Hospital's Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology Hallux Valgus (bunions) and Hallux Rigidus (stiff big toe/big toe arthritis) are the most frequent problems impacting on the big toe and the first metatarsophalangeal joint of the foot that links the big toe to the foot.

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Left Untreated, GLAUCOMA Can Lead to Permanent Loss of Sight

Ophthalmologist Prof. Dr. Raciha Beril Küçümen that if left untreated, glaucoma progresses and can even lead to blindness.

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Nuclear Medicine Facilitates Early Diagnosis

Professor Dr Nalan Alan Selçuk gave us a detailed explanation of radioactive materials, their activities and tests performed at Yeditepe University Hospital using advanced nuclear medicine techniques and technology.

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Why aren’t antibiotics working any more?

Prof. Dr. Meral Sönmezoğlu prepared this briefing for Reference readers hoping to raise your awareness- of the situation, brought about by the scientifically irrational and unnecessary use of antibiotics.

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Don’t Let ALLERGIC RHINITIS Spoil Your Life

Head of Yeditepe University Hospital’s ENT Department, tells Reference readers how to spot and deal with one of the most frequently occurring allergies that may be having a more severe impact on your quality of life than you realize.

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Sleep Apnea

We were briefed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Burcu Örmeci from Yeditepe University Hospital Department of Neurology about the problem, which can lead to serious health problems, principally brain and heart vascular disease.

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Epidurals Sorting Fact From Fiction!

We spoke to Professor Sibel Temür of Yeditepe University Hospital’s Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation about epidural anesthesiology- popularly known simply as “epidurals”. Here, Professor Temür shares her background of knowledge and experience in the field to give Reference readers all you need to know about a subject of interest not only expectant mothers, but also many patient awaiting surgery.

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Don’t Risk Your Brain!

60-90% of Alzheimer sufferers also develop cerebral blood vessel conditions. 50% of Alzheimer cases are thought to be related to damage to the capillaries, the small branching blood vessels that represent the smallest of the body’s blood vessels. We found about the risk factors to a healthy brain and protecting the brain’s reserve capacity from the Rector of Yeditepe University, Prof. Dr. Canan Aykut Bingöl.

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Techniques and Applications Used in Gastroenterology

Gastroenterologic procedures progress over the years and find wider area of usage. Endoscope quality has improved as the basis of endoscopic diagnosis. Over 20 years have passed since the development of the videoscope.

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Environmental Factors and Pollution Might Cause Increases in Hypospadias Cases...

There is an increase in hypospadias cases in recent years. The Pediatry Specialist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Şafak Karaçay from Yeditepe University’s Kozyatağı Hospital states that the reasons for this significant increase are multiple environmental factors and pollution.

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Age Well With the Magic of Herbs, Veggies, Fruits

In order to age well, you have to live well, said A healthy diet, regular exercise and sleep routine are crucial but this kind of a lifestyle should continue throughout your life. Certain herbs also give your body a little boost given your age and environmental factors. It is possible to age well with the magic of herbs.

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Walking Problems of Children Might Indicate Vertigo

Pointing to the fact that children can also suffer from Vertigo like adults, the Otorhinolaryngologist said: “When children have walking problems, dizziness, vomiting, fear, or sweating problems, it is definitely necessary to check if they have Vertigo. In fact, 5-6 per cent of all children may have this problem.”

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Her Kidney Stone, 6 cm in Size, Was Taken With One And a Half Hour Operation

67 year old Mürvet Gülbay from İstanbul got rid of pains she had been suffering for 5 years through a non-surgical and pain-free operation lasting one and a half hours. Stating the fact that the surgery, which was done by means of a flexible method through which the stones in the kidney are broken, a first in the world for such a big stone, the Urology specialist Prof. Dr. Faruk Yencilek said: “Our aim was to turn this huge stone into dust and we managed it.”

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Non- Surgical Reflux Treatment

The non-surgical reflux treatment has been applied all around the world since 2010. The first name using this treatment method in Turkey is Prof. Dr. Cengiz Pata, an Interior Diseases and Gastroenthology Specialist at the Yeditepe University’s Koşuyolu Hospital. Stating the fact that a patient can recover after this endoscopy surgery that takes 45 mins to 1 hour, Prof. Dr. Cengiz Pata said: “This is a permanent treatment method and the success rate is 90 per cent. We will solve the reflux problem completely with this treatment”.

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Cause to Rejoice: Yeditepe is Nurturing Great Scientists

Renowned brain and neuro surgeon Prof. Dr. Gazi Yaşargil has come back to Turkey after living abroad for 70 years. And his work at Yeditepe University Hospital goes on.

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Guiding the Science of Medicine, Three Scientists are in Yeditepe

Prof .Gazi YAŞARGİL, M.D., Prof. Fahrettin KELEŞTEMUR, M.D., and Prof. Muzaffer DEĞERTEKİN, M.D., light the way for the medical community with their studies conducted in Yeditepe University.

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Istanbul Microneurosurgery Course / Hands-on Microvascular Anastomosis Course

Please click here to apply for the Hands-on Microvascular Anastomosis January Course istanbul-microneurosurgery.com

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10th Istanbul Yasargil Microneurosurgery Course

10th Istanbul Microneurosurgery Course, organized by the Department of Brain and Nerve Surgery of Yeditepe University Hospital, will take place between 19 - 22 June 2019 and 23 - 28 June 2019 at 09:00 - 17:00. You can visit Microneurosurgery Course website for more information and to get detailed information.

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Parathyroid Center

Yeditepe University Hospitals' Parathyroid Center provides healthcare service under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Erhan AYŞAN

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This Method Applied in Turkey for Its First Time Will Be A Cure For Reflux

In reality, the quality and precision of endoscopic equipment and devices, which are the basis of endoscopic diagnosis, has greatly improved, and Yeditepe University Hospital patients benefit from stateof- the-art techniques and technology.

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Yeditepe University Koşuyolu Hospital Officially Opened

The official opening of the 8th hospital of the Yeditepe University Hospitals Group in Koşuyolu was held. Speaking at the ceremony, Yeditepe University Founder and Honorary Chairman Bedrettin Dalan said that they will continue to work in the health field and break grounds in Turkey with the power they receive from education.

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Yeditepe Hospital of the Year

Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions was honored to receive Hospital of the Year

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World’s First Antimicrobial Hospital

World’s first antimicrobial hospital, has opened.

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Welcome to Our New Website

Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions now have a brand new, easy-to-use website.

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Physicians from Kazakhstan

A delegation of physicians from Kazakhstan returned home after completing a 2-week training program.

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