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Dr. Dilek Ural
Hypertensive Heart Disease · Aortic valve stenosis
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Koс University Hospital
Topkapı, Koç Üniversitesi Hastanesi, Davutpaşa Cd. No:4, 34010 Zeytinburnu/İstanbul, Turkey
Cardiology is the branch of internal medicine concerned with heart diseases and abnormalities. A cardiologist is a medical doctor whose primary responsibility is to diagnose heart disorders and treat them appropriately. A cardiologist can also perform various heart- arteries, typically performed by puncturing patients’ groin wounds. Dr. Dilek Ural is a highly reputed Cardiologist from Turkey who has helped countless patients with her knowledge and expertise in the domain of cardiology. Dr. Dilek Ural graduated from Istanbul University Istanbul School of Medicine in 1991 and completed her residency in Cardiology from Cerrahpasa School of Medicine, Istanbul University in 1996. With almost 24 years of extensive experience in Cardiology, she has more than 200 articles published in national and international journals, five book chapters published in cardiology books, and a clinical cardiology book. Dr. Dilek Ural started her medical career as an Associate Professor in 2000 and Professor in Cardiology in 2006. Between 1997-2016, she worked in Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine and joined Koc University Hospital in February 2016 as a Head of the Department of Cardiology, and serving there to date. Dr. Dilek Ural is a committee member of many international societies like the European Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Association, European Atherosclerosis Association, European Heart Failure Association, Turkish Cardiology Association, ESC Atherosclerosis, and Vascular Biology Working Group European Cardiovascular Imaging Association. Based on her modern skills and knowledge, Dr. Dilek Ural has deep expertise in the management of Acute Heart failure, Cardiovascular Imaging, heart attacks, heart failure, severe heart rhythm disturbances, hypertensive heart diseases, and hyperlipidemia.