General Introduction

Depending on the scientific and technological developments in modern medicine, Internal Medicine (General internal medicine) is divided into branches within itself. It also continues to be the first referral center and solution unit for all health problems of adult patients other than surgery.

Rapidly developing sub-branches such as Nephrology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Chest Diseases, Hematology, Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Rheumatology, Immunology-Allergy, Diabetes, Cardiology come from Internal Medicine.

Internal medicine is a comprehensive science field. It is a field where outpatient and inpatient treatments of patients who apply to the hospital due to various complaints are performed, and it serves as a guide in treating their complaints. For this reason, it is the department where the patients are examined, the first diagnosis is made, the treatment is arranged depending on the condition of the disease.

Evaluating and treating the patient objectively is the basic principle of Internal Medicine.

Internal diseases department is the branch that you need to apply for diseases such as diabetes, liver diseases, kidney diseases, blood diseases, digestive system (stomach and intestine) diseases, infectious diseases, respiratory system diseases, hormonal diseases, and obesity.

Internal Medicine is the application and solution point for all problems from febrile diseases to metabolic diseases, from kidney diseases to liver diseases. Internal Medicine Specialist directs you other surgical branches, especially general surgery, when surgical treatment is required.

Main Subjects of Internal Diseases Department:

Thyroid Diseases
Peptic Ulcer (Stomach Ulcer)
Rheumatic Diseases
Liver Diseases



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