The Department of Hematology, which is a subdivision of the Department of Internal Medicine, has become very successful in the diagnosis and treatment of hematological cancer and non-cancerous patients with immunology, genetics, hematopathology, infectious diseases, biochemistry, and radiology in addition to a strong laboratory support in our hospital.
The diagnosis of these patients is made quickly and reliably with modern laboratory methods in addition to a good clinical experience.
Hematological diseases diagnosed and treated in the department include acute and chronic leukemias, lymphomas, plasma cell diseases, myeloproliferative diseases, myelodysplastic syndromes, aplastic anemia, hemolytic anemias, iron-deficiency anemia, and hemoglobinopathies. It is applied by nurses who are trained and experienced in all kinds of chemotherapy applications and who are knowledgeable about the psychological and physical needs of hematological cancer patients.
Stem cell transplant is also performed in addition to conventional treatment methods in the hematology department. Stem cell transplants can be performed by the patient (autologous) or from the appropriate sibling (allogeneic). Stem cell transplantation is used to treat the following diseases: