THE PATIENT WHOSE SURGERY WAS LEFT HALF-FINISHED IN MAURITANIA REGAINED HIS HEALTH IN TURKEY


The patient was taken under operation due to nephropathy in Mauritania but the surgery was left half-finished because of some complications and he regained his health in Private Sincan Koru Hospital.


Mauritanian 56 years-old Mohamed El Hafedh Mahmoud referred to a hospital in his country because of his long-continued nephropathy complaint. In accordance with the conducted analysis, a solid cyst was observed in the kidney and the patient was told that cyst should be removed urgently. The patient was taken to the operation but because of the complications and impossibilities  the surgery was left half finished. Then Mohamed El Hafedh Mahmoud couldn’t find a hospital in which he could get healthy again, started looking for a hospital abroad.


Following his investigations he decided to receive treatment in Turkey and referred to Koru Hospitals in Ankara. In accordance with the conducted radiological analysis and tests, he regained his health with the successful operation which was performed by Koru hospital’s urology specialist Prof. Hasan BİRİ, M.D, urology specialist Mustafa ÇELİK, M.D. Surgeon and general surgery specialist İsmail BİRİ, M.D, General Surgeon. Mustafa ÇELİK, M.D. General Surgeon said; “The patienat worn out because of the problems he had in Mauritania. He was so slimmed when he arrived at our hospital. Besides, we observed that he was demoralized because of the half-finished surgery which was performed in his country. Following conducted analysis; we took the patient into operation urgently and removed the mass from his kidney. He regained his health and his spirit after the surgery.”