Internal Diseases: The First Address for Diagnosis


Academic Hospital's Department of Internal Medicine is the first unit in which the diagnosis of many diseases is made, and treatment is initiated, both with its specialist physicians and its technological infrastructure. All complaints from adult patients are evaluated. It is a department where the diagnosis of the disease is made with laboratory tests, radiological examinations, and applications such as ECG and echocardiography.


Diseases in the Field of Internal Medicine


1. Diabetes (Diabetes)


There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, and pre-diabetes (hidden diabetes). Diabetes patients are evaluated by our specialist physicians to determine the best treatment option.


2. Liver-Related Diseases


The liver performs many functions in the body, including protein synthesis, bile production, drug and foreign substance elimination, and urea production. Failure to perform these functions results in a variety of diseases.


3. Kidney Diseases


Kidneys play a role in cleaning the wastes in the blood and excreting the excess fluid through urine. They are also extremely important for regulating blood pressure, making red blood cells, and maintaining bone health. With detailed examinations, it is possible to determine whether there is kidney failure, kidney stones, a urinary tract infection, polycystic kidney disease, or glomerulonephritis disease caused by inflammation of the glomeruli in the kidney capillaries, and treatment methods are determined.


4. Diseases of the Respiratory System


Our physicians rely on appropriate diagnostic and treatment methods for diseases such as asthma, water accumulation in the pleura, pneumonia, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which are seen in the lungs and affect human life precisely because they are effective on breathing.


5. Digestive System Diseases


Patients who are found to have digestive system disorders as a result of the tests performed can be referred to the gastroenterology department with the approval of the specialist physicians in this department.

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