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Urology

Urology is the medical department that examines the urinary tract in both sexes and all age groups, and the reproductive system in men. The department of urology, also known as the surgical specialty, provides health services together with the departments of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology and oncology.

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  • What is a urologist?

  • What organs does urology concern?

  • What does urology look for in men?

  • What does urology look for in women?

  • What does urology look for in children?

  • What are urological tests and surgical interventions?

  • What are the urology diagnosis and treatment methods?

Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors

Surgical intervention is performed with microsurgery and endoscopic techniques in both adults and childhood brain and nerve tumors. Patients are evaluated by a council of neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, and neuroradiologists. In some tumors, long-term chemotherapy (drug therapy) and/or radiotherapy (radiation therapy) is planned. Surgeries in skull base tumors, especially pituitary tumors, are performed with the participation of the ENT specialist in the surgical team.

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