The method that cuts the path of cancerous cells: TAKE
Cancer cells develop and multiply rapidly using the body's strong vascular network. In order to stop this proliferation and the devastating effect of cancer, chemotherapy drugs are given to the patient. Chemotherapy drugs that spread throughout the body reach the cancerous tissue with the help of the circulatory system, but they also cause some side effects due to this spread. In the "Transarterial ChemoEmbolization" (TAKE) procedure, higher doses of chemotherapy drugs are administered only to the vessels feeding the tumor, preventing damage to healthy cells.
Cancer surgery is applied for both preventive and therapeutic purposes.
Cancer disease occurs due to stress in daily life, poor diet, smoking and alcohol use habits, sedentary lifestyle, and familial factors. The disease causes some abnormal cells in the body to multiply uncontrollably and weaken the immune system. There are more than a hundred types of cancer. In its treatment, two main surgical methods are used: The first is to perform surgery to protect certain organs and tissues where the risk of cancer is high. The second is to remove the cancerous tissue and some of the surrounding healthy tissue.
The method that treats prostate enlargement with laser: ThuLEP
The prostate is an organ located at the bladder outlet in men, through which the urethra passes, and can grow with aging under the influence of male hormones. Prostate enlargement causes urinary complaints by compressing the urinary canal and closing the bladder outlet. Prostate enlargement and treatment options are planned according to both the prostate size and the patient's degree of complaint. ThuLEP, which is called the most recent endoscopic prostate surgery performed using Thulium laser, is used in the treatment of benign prostate enlargement, one of the most important health problems of men.
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