In addition to our experience, we also make use of the most recent medical tools and methods to guarantee that every patient receives the best possible care. Our dedication to offering tailored care plans, attentive staff, and a supportive, welcoming environment is evidence of our devotion to the comfort and satisfaction of our patients.

Some of the main services we provide are as follows:


A decrease in the quantity of hemoglobin in the red blood cells or in the number of red blood cells in the body characterizes anemia, a medical disorder. The task of transporting oxygen from the lungs to the body's tissues falls on hemoglobin. Numerous symptoms, such as exhaustion, weakness, shortness of breath, and pale complexion, can be brought on by anemia. Anemia can have many different causes, but some of the more typical ones are iron deficiency, a lack of vitamin B12 or folate, blood loss, and a few chronic illnesses. Our team of professionals is prepared to identify and treat a variety of anemia conditions at Medicana Hematology Departments. We precisely identify the underlying cause of anemia using cutting-edge tools and techniques, and we then create a specialized treatment plan to help the patient's symptoms and general quality of life. International patients, tourists, and expats in Turkey can feel secure knowing that they will get the best anemia care available thanks to our dedication to offering the highest standard of care and our cutting-edge medical equipment.


A uncommon genetic condition called hemophilia impairs the body's capacity to regulate blood clotting. Even a little injury can result in extensive bleeding episodes from this illness, which can harm joints, bruise muscles, and result in life-threatening hemorrhage.

Hemophilia A, usually known as "classic hemophilia," and Hemophilia B are the two primary kinds (also known as Christmas disease). A lack of clotting factor VIII results in hemophilia A, whereas a lack of clotting factor IX results in hemophilia B.

Blood tests that check the amount of clotting factors in the blood or genetic testing can both be used to diagnose hemophilia. A family history of bleeding issues may also point to a hemophilia diagnosis.

 Hemophilia treatment options include intravenous infusions of concentrated clotting factor to replace the deficient clotting factor. To reduce the likelihood of bleeding episodes, prophylactic treatments may be required in extreme circumstances. Hemophiliacs can live normal, active lives with the right care and management.

Biopsy and Bone Marrow Aspiration

For the diagnosis and treatment of numerous hematological disorders such leukemia, anemia, and multiple myeloma, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy is an essential technique. A little sample of bone marrow, the spongy tissue found inside bones that creates blood cells, must be removed during the process. The kind and quantity of cells in this sample are then determined by laboratory analysis, and any aberrant cells are noted.

The treatment is normally carried out while the patient is under local anaesthetic, and they can experience some moderate pressure or discomfort. The sample of bone marrow is taken using a long, thin needle that is put into the sternum or hip bone. The patient's health is then assessed and any underlying issues are identified by analysis of the bone marrow sample.

 Hematologists can use bone marrow aspiration and biopsy as a safe and reliable diagnostic technique to help them create thorough treatment plans for their patients. Our hematology departments at Medicana are staffed with a group of skilled medical professionals who employ cutting-edge tools and technology to carry out the treatment.


The spongy substance inside bones called the bone marrow is affected by the cancer leukemia, which affects both the blood and bone marrow. It is characterized by an excessive generation of aberrant white blood cells, which can interfere with normal blood cell activity and reduce the body's ability to fight infections. These effects can cause a variety of symptoms and problems. Leukemia comes in a variety of forms, each of which has certain characteristics and is handled accordingly.

The most prevalent form of leukemia in children, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), is characterized by the fast development of aberrant lymphocytes, a subtype of white blood cell. Adults are more likely to develop acute myeloid leukemia (AML), which is characterized by a fast proliferation of aberrant myelocytes, a different type of white blood cell. Less aggressive varieties of leukemia that often advance gradually over time include chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and chronic myeloid leukemia (CML).

Depending on the type and stage of the disease, leukemia symptoms might vary, but they may include fatigue, weakness, anemia, bleeding, bruises, infections, and fever. A doctor may conduct a physical examination, blood testing, and imaging tests to diagnose leukemia. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, stem cell transplantation, and immunotherapy are all possible leukemia treatments.


A kind of cancer known as lymphoma develops in immune system cells known as lymphocytes. Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma are the two main varieties of lymphoma. The aberrant proliferation and dissemination of lymphocytes in several bodily regions, including the lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow, and other organs, is a hallmark of these tumors. Numerous symptoms of lymphoma can include fatigue, weight loss, fever, night sweats, and painless swelling of the lymph nodes.

A medical history, physical examination, as well as a number of diagnostic tests, including blood tests, biopsies, and imaging scans, are commonly used to diagnose lymphoma. Depending on the kind and stage of the malignancy, there are several treatment options for lymphoma, including chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, stem cell transplantation, and targeted therapy.


The blood cancer myeloma, also known as multiple myeloma, affects plasma cells, which are white blood cells that produce antibodies. Numerous symptoms, including bone pain, brittleness, exhaustion, infections, and kidney issues, can be brought on by it. A combination of a patient's medical history, physical examination, and laboratory tests, including blood tests, bone marrow biopsies, and imaging scans, are used to diagnose myeloma.

 The stage of the disease, the patient's age, general health, and the presence of any other medical disorders are all variables that can affect the myeloma treatment options. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stem cell transplantation, and targeted therapy are among of the most frequently used treatments. The use of supportive care techniques including blood transfusions, antibiotics, and physical therapy to help patients preserve their strength and mobility may also be beneficial in some circumstances.

Testing for Coagulation

A collection of blood tests known as coagulation tests evaluates the blood's clotting capacity. They support the diagnosis and management of a number of ailments that interfere with the normal clotting process, including von Willebrand disease, hemophilia, and other bleeding disorders. Prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), and thrombin time are a few of the regularly utilized coagulation assays (TT). These tests gauge the length of time it takes for a blood sample to clot, and the outcomes aid medical professionals in identifying the presence and severity of clotting disorders.

 In order to diagnose and treat bleeding disorders and other hematologic problems, coagulation tests are crucial. They can also be used to check on the efficacy of therapy and make sure that no unintended bleeding adverse effects are being caused.

Immune Hematology

The study of immune-related blood disorders and their diagnosis and care is known as immune hematology. The abnormal breakdown of red blood cells, platelets, or white blood cells that can arise from these illnesses can cause a variety of symptoms, such as anemia, bruises, bleeding, and infections. Immune hematology's primary goal is to identify the root cause of immune system malfunction and offer the proper treatment. 

Complete blood counts, coagulation tests, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy, and tests to gauge immune system performance can all be used as diagnostic tools in Immune Hematology. Medications that suppress the immune system, blood transfusions, and in rare circumstances stem cell transplants are all possible forms of treatment.

Why therefore should travelers, expatriates, and foreign patients choose Medicana for their hematology needs? We think Medicana is the finest option for people looking for top-notch medical treatment in Turkey because of our reputation for excellence and dedication to patient-centered care. Our standing as one of the top healthcare providers in the area is a direct result of our dedication to patient happiness and high-quality service.

Please get in touch with us at [email protected] or +90 850 4601010 for more information about our hematology services. We are excited about the chance to offer you the support and care you require to take control of your health and lead the life you deserve.


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