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Dr. Nazan Bengudeniz Erda

Cataract · Eye diseases

Acibadem Fulya Hospital

İstanbul, Turkey


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Dikilitaş, Hakkı Yeten Cd. No:23, 34349 Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Turkey


Dr. Nazan Bengudeniz Erda is an Ophthalmologist working at Acibadem Fulya Hospital Turkey since 2010. She graduated in 1980 from the Faculty of Medicine at Istanbul University. After graduation, she took further training and completed her residency in Ophthalmology in 1983. After becoming an ophthalmologist, she then joined the Faculty of Ophthalmology Trakya University in 1987. She worked there for approximately 20 years and became an associate professor in 1990. In 1996 Dr. Nazan Bengudeniz Erda was promoted to professor of Ophthalmology at Trakya University. In 2010 she left Trakya University and joined Acibadem Hospital Group in Fulya and since then has been working there. Dr. Nazan Bengudeniz Erda has a particular clinical interest in Eye diseases, especially Cataracts. She has performed numerous successful cataract surgeries to date. She has taken multiple workshops and continuing medical association seminars to enhance her skills and stay up to date with new changes in ophthalmology. She is an active member of various medical and ophthalmologic associations, including the International Strabismological Association (I.S.A.), European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS), European Strabismological Association (E.S.A.), and Turkish Ophthalmological Association. Dr. Nazan Bengudeniz Erda has published many medical articles, including the original medical article “Effects of Different Contact Lens Materials and Contact Lens-Wearing Periods on Conjunctival Cytology in Asymptomatic Contact Lens Wearer,” published in the Eye & Contact Lens in 2008. She has also published various case studies, including “Two cases of Stenotrophomonas Maltophilia Endoftalmitis,” published in Ophthalmic Surgery and Lasers in 2002.