Our Group Florence Nightingale Hospitals Neurosurgery Department provides comprehensive services in the diagnosis and treatment of brain and spinal cord diseases. Neurosurgery operations are performed using technological facilities such as navigation, stereotaxis, microsurgery, endoscopy, microelectrode recording and three-tesla magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), digital cerebral angiography (DSA) and minimally invasive techniques.

In our department, neurosurgery service is provided at all hours of the day and all facilities are offered to our patients, even in emergencies. All procedures, support services and patient care, before and after surgery are provided by specially trained personnel. The variety of the preoperative, systemic, neurological and radiological examination methods and postoperative advanced care units, are other important factors that increase the quality of the service we provide.

Our team is committed to providing the best service with the emphasis that every patient is special and committed to sending the patient  home and to work as soon as possible.
Medical and surgical services are provided to our patients and their families in a compassionate environment with close attention.

What do We do in Our Department?

Microsurgical treatment of brain and spinal cord tumors,
Skull base endoscopic surgery,
Pituitary surgery,
Neuroendoscopic interventions,
Stereotactic biopsy,
Pediatric neurosurgery,
Hydrocephalus surgeries,
Trauma surgery,
Treatment of cerebrovascular diseases and bleeding and  All neurosurgery operations such as functional neurosurgery are performed.

We help our patients recover faster in closed endoscopic lumbar hernia surgery (KEBFA). In full endoscopic lumbar hernia surgery (or closed endoscopic hernia surgery), we perform surgery through an incision of approximately 0.5 cm. We can remove the herniated tissue from this incision. 

Full endoscopic lumbar hernia surgeries can be performed by two methods: transforaminal or midline (interlaminar). Which method will be chosen depends on technical reasons such as the location of the hernia in the spinal canal and whether the hip bone allows lateral access.
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