Mohs Surgery in Turkey

Hospitals and medical centers in Turkey performing Mohs Surgery.
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International Hospital Contact International Hospital
Private Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
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A JCI accredited, multi-specialty medical center which is a part of the Acibadem Healthcare Group. The hospital provides medical care in virtually all medical specialties. International patients are catered for through the Acibadem International Patients Center.
Mohs Surgeryupon request
Liv Hospital Contact Liv Hospital
Private Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
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The first in a brand new chain of ultra-modern hospitals, opened in January 2013, LIV hospital focuses on foreign patients, and tries to provide a complete and comprehensive service by a dedicated international team.
Mohs Surgeryupon request
Acibadem Maslak Hospital Contact Acibadem Maslak Hospital
Private Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
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A modern, JCI accredited, full service hospital, established in 2009. Acibadem Maslak is part of the Acibadem Healthcare Group, so international patients are taken care of through the group's International Patient Center.
Mohs Surgeryupon request
German Hospital Camlica Contact German Hospital Camlica
Private Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
German Hospital Camlica has achieved a 7 star rating. It has 24 highly skilled and experienced physicians, who treat around 500 international patients each year.
Mohs Surgeryupon request
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Dr. Cenk Zincirci
Memorial Antalya Hospital Contact Memorial Antalya Hospital
Private Hospital, Antalya, Turkey
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A modern JCI accredited hospital located in Antalya, with 80 physicians spread across most medical specialties. The international patients department assists foreign patients with transportation, insurance, Visa arrangements, translation and more.
Mohs Surgeryupon request
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About Mohs Surgery

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What is Mohs Surgery?
Mohs surgery, also called Mohs micrographic surgery, is a surgical procedure to remove skin cancers. Mohs surgery is useful for removing cancers that are growing quickly, have recurred, are large, or are located on visible parts of the body. Mohs surgery is carried out to treat basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and types of melanoma.

How is Mohs Surgery carried out?
  • The surgeon removes a section of the visible cancer together with a thin layer of skin.
  • The skin is taken to the laboratory and examined under a microscope.
  • The skin is stained with dye, mapped and checked for the presence of additional cancer cells.
  • Any remaining cancer is located on the body and removed in another layer of tissue. The steps in the procedure are repeated until the final layer removed is confirmed to be cancer-free.

What are the chances of success with Mohs Surgery?
According to MedicineNet, Mohs surgery cure rates are reported to be as high as 96 to 99 percent. Mohs surgery allows the maximum removal of skin cancer cells while leaving healthy skin intact.

What surgeon performs Mohs Surgery?
Mohs surgery is performed by an experienced surgeon with expertise in dermatology, dermatologic surgery or dermatopathology and typically in a doctor’s office with a specialized Mohs surgery laboratory.

Duration of procedure/surgery:
Mohs surgery lasts between 2 to 7 hours. Patients generally wait in the office while the tissue layer is examined. You will not know beforehand how long the procedure will take as it depends on how ex

Days admitted:
None. Mohs surgery is carried out on an outpatient basis.

Local anesthesia at the site of the skin cancer.

- Full recovery depends on the extent of the Mohs surgery and is typically between 2 and 4 weeks.
- Patients return to work and everyday light activities the day following Mohs surgery.

- Bleeding.
- Infection.
- Pain or numbness around the surgery site.
- Scarring.

After care:
- Take pain relievers for mild to moderate pain.
- Avoid heavy lifting or straining for 1 to 3 weeks following Mohs surgery.
- Keep the surgery site dry for 24 hours following the Mohs surgery procedure.
- Avoid using make-up over the surgery site until healing is complete.

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