About Surgery

HPV virus infection is a virus that can cause genital warts and cervical cancer. It can be transmitted by skin-to-skin contact, although it is usually transmitted by sexual contact, it has also been shown that it can be transmitted by direct skin contact. What is HPV Virus Infection? human papillomavirus; HPV , in other words… Continue reading Hpv Virus Infection
What is Laparoscopic Surgery? Laparoscopic surgery is a type of surgical procedure that allows access to the abdomen and pelvis without the need for large incisions in the skin, unlike traditional open surgery. Laparoscopic surgery; It is used in the treatment of various diseases in the abdominal region. It is also known as “minimally invasive”… Continue reading Laparoscopic
What is colposcopy? The colposcopy procedure is defined as a simple procedure used to look at the cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus. It is performed to find abnormal cells in the cervix in cervical screening, to detect HPV types such as high-risk type 16, type 18, type 31, type 33, type… Continue reading Colposcopy
Robotic surgery or robotic gynecology is one of the latest innovations in minimally invasive surgical techniques. Using a narrow, illuminated binocular and miniature instruments controlled by a robotic system, gynecological oncologists are able to treat a variety of conditions affecting a woman’s reproductive organs. Robotic surgery is typically used in laparoscopic treatments rather than open… Continue reading Robotic Surgery
Dr. It will guide you in preparing for total abdominal hysterectomy and other gynecological surgeries performed by Derman Başaran and her team. In addition, the “General Gynecological Post-Surgery Guide” will help you understand what you may encounter during your recovery. Read this guide at least once before gynecological surgery and use it as a reference… Continue reading Gynecological Pre Surgery Guide
In the General Gynecological Pre-Surgery Guide , we explained to you what you should and should not do before a surgical procedure. In the General Gynecological Post-Surgery Guide , we tried to explain the situations you will encounter after your surgery and the process you will experience. This section describes a program to help you… Continue reading General Gynecological Post Surgery Guide
Gynecological oncology surgeons or gynecologist oncologists, after completing their 4 years of obstetrics and gynecology residency, formally receive 3 more years of training in women such as uterine cancer (endometrium cancer), ovarian cancer (ovarian cancer) and cervical cancer (cervical cancer). They are physicians who specialize in the treatment of cancers (gynecological cancers).  In addition to… Continue reading Gynecological Oncology Surgery
Cervical cancer (cervix) is a type of cancer that occurs in the cells of the cervix, which is the lower part of the cervix that connects to the vagina. Various strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection, are involved in causing most cervical cancers. You can reach my article about HVP Virus… Continue reading Cervical Cancer
Fibroids (fibroids or fibroids) are benign tumors that occur in reproductive age. Fibroids are also known as noncancerous uterine growths. It is not associated with uterine cancers and does not cause uterine cancer. You can review my article about Uterine Cancer at https://drdermanbasaran.com/rahim-kanseri/. Many women may have uterine fibroids at some point in their lives.… Continue reading Myom
Ovarian cyst  is one of the common cyst types in our country. Elements referred to as cysts are things that contain fluid surrounded by a tissue called a cyst wall. These cysts can occur in almost any tissue in our body. Cysts formed in the ovaries may not be easily detected immediately. Compared to other… Continue reading Ovarian Cyst
LEEP stands for “Loop electrosurgical excision procedure”. It is a treatment that prevents cervical cancer. A small loop of electrical wire is used to remove abnormal cells in your cervix. This procedure may be done after abnormal cells are found during a Pap smear, colposcopy, or biopsy. Your doctor may have recommended this procedure if… Continue reading What is Leep ?
Ovarian cyst  is common in our country.aspectIt is one of the most common types of cysts. Elements referred to as cysts are things that contain fluid surrounded by a tissue called a cyst wall.