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Diseases Diagnosed and Treated:

• Uterine cancer (such as endometrial cancer, sarcoma)
• Cervical cancer
• Ovarian cancer
• Vaginal cancer
• Female external genital (vulva) cancer/masses
• Gestational Trophoblastic Diseases
• Abdominal membrane (peritoneal) cancer
• Female external genital warts (condyloma)
• Presence of abnormal smear and/or HPV
• Pre-cancerous (preinvasive) diseases

Cervical diseases (ASCUS, LSIL, HSIL...etc)
Abnormal thickening of the uterine wall (hyperplasia)

• Abnormal vaginal bleeding (pre or post-menopausal, post-coital bleeding)
• Pelvic cyst/masses (ovarian cyst/masses)Special Operations:

• Female cancer screenings:

- Smear taking and tracking
-Diagnostic curettage
- Receiving and monitoring HPV
- Cervical biopsy
-Ultrasoundography • Conization /LEEP

• Condyloma (wart) cauterization, TCA application
• Open / Closed (Laparoscopic) surgeries

Uterine cancer surgeries
Cervical cancer (cervix) surgeries
Ovarian cancer surgeries
Abdominal cancer surgeries
Abnormal thickening of the uterine wall (endometrial hyperplasia) surgeries
Open / Closed (Laparoscopic) uterus removal (hysterectomy, radical hysterectomy)


• Vaginal cancer surgeries
• Female external genital (vulva) cancer surgeries
• Cytoreductive surgery
• Intra-abdominal warm chemotherapy (HIPEC): It can be applied to suitable patients during the operation.
• Fertility-sparing surgery: After the multidisciplinary evaluation made by considering the cancer type and stage in our clinic, our patients of childbearing age are offered the opportunity of “fertility-sparing surgery” in suitable patients.
• Tumor council: In addition to surgeries for cancers of female organs, “cancer councils” are held in our center, which includes doctors from gynecological-oncology, medical oncology (chemotherapy unit), radiation oncology, radiology and pathology units. In this way, it is aimed to provide comprehensive multidisciplinary management before the operation, after the operation or in the presence of recurrent disease (recurrent disease).

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