Department of Cardiovascular
Surgery This department continues to achieve good results for coronary artery bypass surgery for angina and valvuloplasty and valve replacement for valvular heart disease. For aortic aneurysm, optimal treatment method is selected from thoracotomy, laparotomy, or stent and graft treatment. For obstructive arteriosclerosis, bypass surgery below the ankle is also actively performed. Autologous blood is stored preoperatively in an effort to perform bloodless surgeries.
Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery (Upper digestive tract, liver, bile and pancreas, lower digestive tract)
This department performs treatment mainly focusing on surgery for benign and malignant cancers of the gastrointestinal system. Staff specializing in the esophagus, stomach, liver, bile, pancreas, colon, and proctology work together to provide treatment. Laparoscopic surgery is performed for gallstones as well as gastric and colorectal cancers. Treatment methods other than surgery such as radiotherapy or treatment with anticancer agents are also emphasized.
Department of Breast and Endocrine Surgery
In this department, surgical treatment for breast diseases, mainly breast cancer, and endocrine diseases, mainly thyroid and parathyroid neoplasms, are performed.
Department of Neurosurgery
This department deals with cerebrovascular diseases, brain tumors, spinal cord tumors, and diseases related to the craniospinal nerves such as cranial injuries. It also treats functional disorders such as trigeminal neuralgia and facial spasms in addition to offering general elective screening tests for the brain, thereby emphasizing the prevention of cerebrovascular diseases and the early detection of disorders.
Department of Emergency Medicine
This department deals with emergency outpatient treatment predominantly of patients who arrive by ambulance. Doctors from this department cooperate with specialists from all other departments to offer treatment 24 h a day, 365 days a year. They principally treat emergency cases of stroke, cardiac and respiratory disorders, and cancer. Specialists also manage pediatric and obstetrics and gynecological emergencies. It is important that emergency treatment does not begin only when patients enter the hospital, but from the onset of symptoms at the patient’s home. Therefore, patients are requested to contact the hospital by telephone before arriving.
Department of General Surgery
This department primarily focuses on surgical treatment for gastrointestinal diseases. In particular, it offers hepatectomy for liver cancer (primary, metastasis) and laparoscopic surgery for colonic and rectal cancer and gallstones. In addition, hernia treatment and endoscopic gastrostomy are commonly performed.
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