Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
In Gamma Knife, the gold standard of radiosurgery, there are no postoperative risks and complications that can be seen in open surgery.
Epilepsy is a common disorder in the general population. The condition is usually treated with medications. However, if there is no response to the medications, certain surgical procedures may help the patients.
Epilepsy is a common problem in society. It is usually treated with medications. However, if there is no response to medications, some surgical procedures can help patients.
Videos of Selçuk Peker
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Prof. Selçuk Peker, M.D.
Dr. Peker received his medical degree from the Hacettepe University and graduated from the Hacettepe University Neurosurgery residency program in 1993. After working in some clinics in Ankara, Alanya and İstanbul, Dr. Peker joined the faculty of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the Marmara University in May 1999 and later was named chief of stereotactic and functional neurosurgery. He did his gamma knife radiosurgery fellowship in University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and pain surgery and movement disorder surgery fellowship in Oregon Health Sciences University. Dr Peker joined the Acibadem Health Group in 2005. He served as Professor of Neurosurgery in Acibadem University Department of Neurosurgery. He was the chief of Gamma knife radiosurgery center and Movement Disorder Surgery program.