Subdural hematomas are usually bleeding after trauma. In these bleedings, it is intervened according to the size, age and clinical condition of the patient. The purpose of the drainage process is to drain the blood that settles in the dura layer, to balance the intracranial pressure and not to lose the patient's life functions. In the drainage process, the drain remains for about 2 days.
Drainage by looking at the blood drained from the patient The procedure ends and the patient stays in the hospital for 4-5 days. After the neurological examination, the patient is discharged.
Endoscopic Intraparenchymal Hematoma Drainage
Intraparenchymal hemorrhage is the development of a blood clot in the brain parenchyma. The incidence of IP is 15-35/100.000. It is divided into two as primary and secondary according to its etiology. Primary IPC usually occurs as a result of hypertension, spontaneously or amyloid angiopathy. Secondary; It develops after anticoagulant or thrombolytic use, after tumor, aneurysm and vascular anomaly. Intrapranchymal hematoma drainage is vital in these cases and factors such as hematoma localization, hematoma volume, surgical timing, state of consciousness at the time of admission, and age affect the success rate of drainage. The aim should be to reduce the mass effect of the hematoma and potentially minimize secondary brain damage.
Endoscope Assisted Tumor Surgery
It is a current technique used especially in the surgery of head, neck and facial tumors. This method, in addition to its classical microscopic application, has been a method frequently applied to the newly discovered endoscopic devices with light in the surgery of such tumors. It reaches the desired area easily, especially without damaging the tissues until it reaches the tumor. In addition, having an endoscopic angled view makes it easier to identify the remaining tumor parts, thus enabling the removal of the tumor in the hidden spots. In addition, there is no need to use tampons in most surgeries.