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Organ Transplantation

The process of collecting and storing organs and tissues for people who have organ failure due to any reason, and transferring them to the patient from donors or cadavers in accordance with the provisions of the organ transplant law is called "organ transplantation". Organ transplants can be performed from a cadaver as well as from a living donor. Organs such as liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, corneas, muscle tissue, face and scalp, bones, upper respiratory tract, and small intestine are within the scope of transplantation.

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