Transplantation is the moving of an tissue or organ from one body to another (or from a donor site on the patient's own body), for the purpose of replacing the recipient's damaged or failing organ with a working one from the donor site as a treatment option. It can be done by operation or other ways.
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Organs for transplantation come from live donors (relatives up to 4th degree) or cadavers. For example cornea and kidneys form the patient who died from heart disease can be transplanted to a blind patient or patient with renal deficiency. In patients with advanced heart, liver or renal insufficiencies healthy life is only possible with organ transplantations.
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In classical laser therapy that have been performed to get rid of eyeglasses and contact lens for a long time, your eye is necessarily touched. There is no device contact to eye in the laser therapy that is performed with laser method, called as TransPRK (No Touch) technique. Looking at the distant light source within seconds is sufficient to perform the therapy.
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If the patient suffers from low self-esteem due to the hair loss, if the patient is unhappy with his appearance, if the hair loss has become a problem for the patient, then he can ideally undergo a hair transplant surgery.
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Professor A.Cemal Aygit, MD, had previously applied round-type breast prostheses to various plans from the armpit for 12 years. Later on he carried out the application from the armpit again, but by covering the entire prosthesis with the fascia of the muscles (the layer on the muscles) in order to minimize possible complications and to achieve a more natural appearance and used prosthesis of the anatomic type. He has been applying this method for about 4 years.
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