What is Tube Stomach Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy)?
Gastric sleeve surgery is a type of bariatric surgery. Sleeve gastrectomy is usually performed with the laparoscopic method or as a closed surgery, as it is commonly known in the community.
Reducing the size of the stomach with sleeve gastrectomy surgery limits the amount of food that can be consumed. In addition, with the reduction of stomach size, hormonal changes occur that help to lose weight. These changes contribute to the patient's ideal weight after surgery or to maintain the ideal weight.
Why is Tube Stomach Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy) Performed?
Sleeve gastrectomy is done for the risk of health problems, not for aesthetic appearance.
When obesity is not treated, it causes the following health problems;
• Heart diseases
• High cholesterol
• Obstructive sleep apnea
• Type 2 diabetes
|It is extremely possible to achieve a rejuvenation result of 5 to 10 years on the face of the patient with a facelift surgery performed with a correct planning.
Under normal conditions, it is possible to say that the permanence period of this surgery is 10 years. However, one's living conditions are an important factor. Factors such as excessive smoking and alcohol consumption, a stressful lifestyle, lack of sleep, staying away from sports and exercise, inadequate and problematic eating and drinking habits, and perhaps most importantly, not taking precautions against sun damage can shorten the 10-year permanence period.||After the surgery, patients can usually go home on the same day or after staying in the hospital for 1 night at the latest. In the first two days, there may be swelling, bruising and blood leakage from the nose. In the first days, patients may experience difficulty in breathing. Patients can continue their normal life after 2 days. The plaster and sutures are removed on the sixth day. After the plaster is removed, the patient can return to work. If bruises remain, they can be hidden with the help of concealer makeup. After about 3 weeks, the swelling goes down to a great extent and the patient's surgical appearance disappears. Patients should not do sports where they can get hit on their face for 3 weeks after surgery.
If one or more of the following structural problems are present, you may be a good candidate for rhinoplasty.
- Short nose
- Long nose
- Arched nose
- Low tip nose
- Broad nose
- Wide nose wings
- Excessive protrusion of the tip of the nose forward
- Nose tip asymmetries
- High transition point between forehead and nose
- The angle between the upper lip and the nose is too narrow
- The part between the two nostrils called columella in terminology is inside or drooping
- Big nose
- Small nose
|Content||The most preferred treatment method for patients who want to lose weight is Tube Stomach Surgery.
With the sleeve gastrectomy method, effective and permanent weight loss is aimed by reducing the stomach volume, and in this way, patients feel full faster with small portions. Since the stomach is shaped into a tube by shrinking, the desire for food decreases and the brain feels less hungry.
We approach the treatment of obesity holistically with our experienced physician staff and personalized treatment programs.
||Today, we cannot talk about that only women prefer face lift operations, which are commonly performed for aesthetic concerns. Face lift procedures, which are also very popular among men of our age, are mostly preferred to recover skin loosening and sagging on the face after a certain age. It is not quite right to talk about an age restriction for facelift procedures, because it is sufficient for the person to feel his own face aged and to detect that the face has lost its dynamics as a result of the examination.||
Vaginoplasty is a procedure to repair the vagina. It treats a variety of medical issues, including vaginal enlargements from childbirth and complications of pelvic floor disease.
What is done during vaginoplasty?
The details of the procedure vary depending on your goals and medical needs. The vagina is reconstructed using various surgical techniques.
Who needs vaginoplasty?
- - Those seeking removal of postpartum enlargement or trauma damage to improve sexual function.
- - Women who need vaginal reconstruction after vaginal exposure to radiation or excision to treat cancer or other conditions.
- - Women who have congenital abnormalities (problems from birth) that affect the development of the vagina.
What is the difference between vaginoplasty and other vaginal operations?
- Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance or function of the vagina.Other vaginal procedures:
- - Labiaplasty operation that equalizes or shrinks the labia.
- - A vulvoplasty operation that reshapes the outer part of the vagina.
What is done before vaginoplasty?
- Before the surgery decision, your doctor will perform your physical examination to evaluate your suitability for the operation. During this physical examination, you are expected to provide information about your medical history and general health status.Your doctor will inform you about the risks, benefits and post-operative care requirements of the operation. Listening to your doctor's suggestions and recommendations will reduce the risk of complications.
What is the content of the procedure in women with postpartum deformation?
- In operations performed to correct deformations occurring during childbirth
- - Excess skin is removed,
- - Distorted anatomical lines are repaired,
- - It is ensured that the vaginal opening is reduced.
What is the content of vaginoplasty to repair congenital (birth) defects?
- - A functional vagina can be created.
- - Excess tissue or abnormal structures are removed.
- - The structures that cause blood to accumulate in the vagina during menstruation are repaired.
Risks / Benefits
- Possible risks of vaginoplasty surgery:
In contrast, the benefits after surgery are:
- - Dyspareunia (painful intercourse).
- - It can be summarized as numbness or loss of sensation (usually temporary).
- - There will be increased sexual satisfaction and self-confidence.
What is the recovery process like after vaginoplasty?
- Recovery can take from a few weeks to several months, depending on the extent of the surgery. Your doctor and team will provide you with all the necessary information about post-operative care after vaginoplasty.
How are the controls planned after vaginoplasty?
- Keeping in touch with your doctor after the surgery and not interrupting your controls will speed up your recovery process and minimize the risk of complications.
|INPATIENT MEN V.I.P. CHECK-UP
||To determine whether or not your blood glucose level is within normal ranges; to screen for, diagnose, and monitor diabetes, and to monitor for the presence of hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose) and hyperglycaemia (high blood glucose)
||To monitor average blood glucose levels over a 3 month period. Used to help diagnose and monitor people
||To measure how much of waste product you have in your blood. It is used to determine how well your kidneys
||To assess kidney functions
||To diagnose kidney disorder,diagnose and monitor people with gout, monitor kidney function.
|Complete Urinalysis Test
||To look for metabolic and/or kidney disorders and for urinary tract infections
||To screen for risk of developing cardiovascular disease (heart disease, stroke and related diseases); to monitor treatment
||To diagnose liver, bile duct and heart diseases.
||To screen for liver disease or alcohol abuse; and to help your doctor tell whether a raised concentration
of alkaline phosphatase (ALP) in the bloodstream is due to liver or bone disease
||To screen for or monitor treatment for liver or bone disorder
||To investigate causes of dehydration, oedema, problems with blood pressure, or non-specific symptoms
||To help diagnose and determine the cause of an electrolyte imbalance; to monitor treatment for illnesses that
can cause abnormal potassium levels in the body
||To determine if there is a problem with your body’s acid-alkali (pH) balance and to monitor treatment
||To scan, diagnose, and monitor a range of conditions relating to the bones, heart, nerves, kidneys, and teeth.
||To help in the diagnosis of conditions known to cause abnormally high or low levels
||To diagnose pancreatitis or other pancreatic diseases
||To diagnose and monitor pancreatitis or other pancreatic disease
||To measure the concentration of magnesium in your blood and to help determine the cause of
abnormal calcium and/or potassium levels
|C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
||To identify the presence of inflammation, to determine its severity, and to monitor response to treatment.
|25 Hydroxy Vitamin D
||To investigate a problem related to bone metabolism or parathyroid function, possible vitamin D deficiency, malabsorption, before commencing specific bone treatment and to monitor some patients taking vitamin D.
|RF (Rheumatoid Factor)
||To help diagnose rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and Sjögren’s syndrome
||To screen for liver or kidney disease especially in hospitalised patients
||A part of investigation for bleeding or thrombotic episode
|Blood Count Haemogram
||Haemogram serves as broad screening panel that checks for the presence of any diseases and infections in the
|Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
||To detect and monitor the activity of inflammation as an aid in the diagnosis of the underlying cause
||To help assess the levels of iron stored in your body
||To help diagnose the cause of anaemia or neuropathy (nerve damage), to evaluate nutritional status in some
patients, to monitor effectiveness of treatment of B12 or folate deficiency
||To diagnose hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism in adults and to monitor response to treatment
||To screen for and diagnose thyroid disorders; to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
||A cause of anemia or neuropathy; to evaluate nutritional status in some people; to monitor the effectiveness of
treatment for vitamin B12 or deficiency
||To find out if testosterone levels are abnormal in patients
||To detect, diagnose and follow the course of an infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV) or to determine if
the vaccine against hepatitis B has produced the desired level of immunity
||To screen for and diagnose hepatitis C virus infection and to monitor treatment of the infection
||To determine if you are infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
||In the presence of certain cancers, CEA may be used to monitor the effect of treatment and recurrence of
||To help tell the difference between cancer of the pancreas and bile ducts and other conditions; to monitor
response to pancreatic cancer treatment and to watch for recurrence.
||To screen for and monitor therapy for certain cancers of the liver and testes
||To help detect and to monitor prostate cancer
|Fecal Occult Blood Test
||To screen for bleeding from the gut/intestine, which may be an indicator of bowel cancer
|Helicobakter Pylori Antigen In
||To diagnose an infection with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), the bacteria that can cause peptic ulcers; to determine whether treatment has cured the infection
|Feces Microscopy (Stool Culture)
||To determine whether you have an infection of your digestive tract due to the presence of disease-causing (pathogenic) bacteria
|White Blood Cell Count
||To screen for or diagnose a variety of conditions that can affect the number of white blood cells (WBCs), such
as an infection, inflammation or a disease
|Coronary CT Angiography
||It is a imaging method performed by computed tomography of the coronary arteries, which are the vessels
that feed the heart, by giving contrast material through the vein of the forearm.
||To identify diseases at organs in the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys.
||To characterize a thyroid nodule(s), i.e. to measure the dimensions accurately and to identify internal structure
||To detect narrowing, or stenosis, of the carotid artery, a condition that substantially increases the risk of stroke
||The most commonly preferred diagnostic examination to produce images of heart, lungs, airways, blood
vessels and the bones of the spine and chest
||To measure the electrical activity of the heartbeat and hearth rhythm
|Exercise Stress Test
||To determine how well your hearth handles work. The test can show if the blood supply is reduced in the
arteries that supply the heart
|Eco Doppler + Color + M Mode + B
||To track your hearth's rhythm for 24 hours
|Ambulatory Blood Pressure
||To measure your blood pressure for 24 hours
||To measure of the rate of urine flow over time
||To test that looks at the inside of your food pipe (oesophagus), stomach and the first part of your small
intestine (small bowel).
||To look at the whole of the inside of the large bowel to check the bowel routine and help find the cause of
symptoms of bowel
|Internal Medicine Examination
||General physical examination, evaluation of the results and recommendations.
|General Surgery Examination
|Nutritionist And Dietican
Breast Health Package for Women Under 40
Our Breast Health Center, which is a part of Yaşam Hospital Oncology Center, offers all the possibilities of technology to provide the best care to every woman.
Early Detection of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer that women can encounter in their lifetime (Early detection can save your life).
From the age of 20, all women should perform a breast self-exam once a month (about one week after the start of each menstrual period). If you feel an unusual lump or anything else, it’s important to contact your doctor right away.
What is Breast Ultrasound?
Ultrasound is an imaging method that uses high-frequency sound waves to take pictures of internal organs and tissues.
When Should Breast Ultrasound Be Done?
From the age of 25, annual routine ultrasound follow-ups should not be interrupted. Ultrasound can be applied safely as it does not contain radiation and has no side effects on the body.
What Are the Risks of Breast Ultrasound?
Breast ultrasound uses sound waves, not radiation, to produce images. Ultrasound technology has no known risks.
What Happens After Breast Ultrasound?
After your breast ultrasound, the radiologist interprets the images and reports the results to your doctor. This information will also be shared with you if any additional testing is needed or follow-up is recommended.
What are the Benefits of Breast Ultrasound?
Ultrasound scanning is non-invasive (no needles or injections).
Ultrasound imaging is extremely safe and uses no radiation.
An ultrasound scan gives a clear picture of soft tissues that don’t show up well on x-ray images.
Ultrasound provides real-time imaging. This makes it easy to guide minimally invasive procedures such as needle biopsies and fluid aspiration.
Ultrasound imaging helps detect lesions in women with dense breasts.
Ultrasound can help detect and classify a breast lesion that cannot be adequately interpreted by mammography alone.
Using ultrasound, doctors can determine that many areas are caused by normal tissue (such as fat lobules) or benign cysts. For most women age 40 and older, a mammogram will be used along with the ultrasound. For women under the age of 40, ultrasound alone is often sufficient to determine whether an area of concern needs a biopsy.
What Does the Breast Health Package Consist of?
Breast health package consists of General Surgery Examination and Breast USG.
Note from your doctor:
Breast ultrasound is a safe, painless imaging method for examining targeted areas of breast tissue. With breast ultrasound, we provide detailed images of breast tissue and can diagnose cysts or lumps if present. Diagnosing possible risks at an early stage provides a very important gain in the treatment process.
|Aesthetic nose surgery (rhinoplasty) or nose reshaping surgery is the most commonly applied plastic surgery. With aesthetic nose surgery, it is possible to reduce or enlarge your nose, change the shape of the tip or bridge of the nose, narrow the width of your nostrils or change the angle between your nose and upper lip. At the same time, if you have a congenital or injury-related deformity, it can be corrected or some breathing problems can be eliminated.|