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    Dr. Rana Yaycioglu

    Cataract Surgery · Oculoplastic Surgery

    27 Yrs

    Acibadem Adana Hospital

    Adana, Turkey


    Foundation year






    Medical staff


    Dr. Rana Yaycioglu is a renowned ophthalmologist at Acibadem Adana Hospital who has rich experience in her field. She is an expert in glaucoma, eyelid diseases and surgery, orbital, conjunctival, and corneal diseases. Also, Dr. Rana Yaycioglu is a well-known cataract and oculoplastic surgeon. She provides a comfortable environment to the patients and uses state-of-the-art tools to take good care of severe or mild eye diseases. Dr. Rana Yaycioglu graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Medicine, and she specialized in ophthalmology at the same University, where she began her medical education. Also, she did several fellowships at prestigious institutions such as Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Wilmer Eye Institute, Ludwig-Maximillian University Eye Clinic, and Kresge Eye Institute, Detroit. Throughout her professional career, Dr. Rana Yaycioglu was a professor at Baskent University Faculty of Medicine, Acıbadem Adana Hospital, and Private Medline Adana Hospital. During her career, she has held positions of responsibility in prestigious medical centers and a hospital where she helped many patients to recover whit eye problems. Memberships to Scientific Societies: - Turkish Ophthalmology Association - European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery - Turkic Republics Ophthalmology Association - Turkish Ophthalmology Association – TOYK General Assembly Member - Turkish Society of Ophthalmology – Cornea and Ocular Surface Unit (Active Member, Past President) - Turkish Ophthalmology Association – Cataract and Refractive Surgery Unit (Active Member) - Turkish Ophthalmology Association – Oculoplastic Surgery Unit (Active Member) - Turkish Ophthalmology Association – Cukurova Branch General Assembly Delegate