Internal Diseases

Internal Diseases divisions at Medicana Health Group are staffed by highly skilled and knowledgeable specialists who are committed to giving patients the best possible care. In addition to working with patients to create individualized treatment plans that take into account their particular requirements and objectives, our goal is to assist patients better understand and manage their diseases.

Our dedication to using the most recent and cutting-edge technology and techniques to diagnose and treat our patients is one of the main advantages of choosing Medicana for your internal medicine requirements. This includes having access to the most recent drugs and treatments, as well as cutting-edge imaging and diagnostic equipment. Our experts are committed to keeping abreast of the most recent developments in their fields and disseminating this knowledge to our patients so they may make the best decisions possible regarding their care.

At Medicana, we are dedicated to providing patients with the best treatment possible in addition to the highest caliber of medical care. We think that since every patient is different, so should be the care they receive. Our staff spend the necessary time getting to know each patient, comprehending their particular demands and goals, and supplying them with the resources and support they require to reach optimum health.

The following are some of the main topics that internal medicine deals with:

Infections of the Respiratory Tract

A set of infections known as respiratory tract infections affect the nose, throat, bronchi, and lungs, among other parts of the respiratory system. The most typical respiratory tract illnesses are pneumonia, bronchitis, sinusitis, and the common cold. Whether brought on by bacteria, viruses, or other microbes, these infections can be treated with antibiotics, antiviral drugs, or other pharmaceuticals, as well as dietary changes and natural cures.

Virus and Infections

Microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, fungus, or parasites are the root cause of infectious disorders. They can be passed from person to person or through contact with infected objects, food, or water. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), hepatitis B and C, TB, HIV/AIDS, and food-borne disorders are some of the most widespread infectious diseases.


A frequent illness known as hypertension, or high blood pressure, causes a persistently high push of the blood against the walls of the blood vessels. This can harm the heart and blood arteries over time, which can result in significant health issues like heart attacks, strokes, and renal disease. The main therapies for hypertension are drugs and lifestyle changes like diet and exercise.


Diabetes is a chronic disease marked by elevated blood glucose (sugar) levels. It can result in major health issues like heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye impairment, and nerve damage and is brought on by a mix of hereditary and environmental factors. Medication, lifestyle changes, and routine blood sugar testing are all used to treat diabetes.

Thyroid Diseases

The thyroid is a neck-based gland that creates hormones that control metabolism. Conditions known as thyroid diseases include thyroid cancer, hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid), and hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid). Depending on the nature and severity of the disease, these disorders can be identified through blood testing and treated with medication, surgery, or other procedures.


Although excessive blood cholesterol levels might increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, cholesterol is a fatty molecule that is necessary for optimal health. Diet and exercise are two lifestyle choices that might affect cholesterol levels. Medication may also be recommended to lower cholesterol levels.

Liver, Stomach, and Gallbladder Illnesses

All three of these vital organs—liver, stomach, and gallbladder—play crucial roles in metabolism, digestion, and general health. These organs can develop illnesses that range in severity from mild—like indigestion and acid reflux—to serious—like liver cirrhosis and gallbladder cancer. Depending on the ailment, these disorders may be treated with medication, lifestyle changes, and occasionally surgery.

Lung Diseases

The organs in charge of breathing and supplying the body with oxygen are the lungs. Asthma and bronchitis are examples of moderate lung conditions. Lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are examples of significant lung conditions (COPD). Depending on the situation, drugs, lifestyle changes, and occasionally surgery may be used to treat lung illnesses.

Kidney Diseases

Acute kidney damage, chronic kidney disease, nephritis, and kidney stones are just a few of the many kidney illnesses that internal medicine doctors are trained to identify and treat. Medication, dietary modifications, and in extreme circumstances, dialysis or transplantation are all possible forms of treatment.

In conclusion, Medicana Health Group's internal medicine departments are manned by highly qualified and experienced doctors and have the newest technology. They are committed to giving their patients the most thorough and individualized care possible. Contact Medicana by calling +90 850 4601010 or sending an email to [email protected] if you or a loved one has one of the internal medicine conditions listed above or if you need to schedule a routine checkup.

Created at 11.10.2023 06:54
Updated at 28.10.2023 12:37
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