eralp basar

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eralp Başar
Gynecolonic Oncologist


Language: Turkish, English

Doctor Eralp went to study at the Department of Oncology - Gynecology at the University of Michigan to study minimally invasive surgery. In 2014 he was promoted to associate professor.
Since 2014 Prof. Dr. Eralp Baser has done high number of gynecological oncological robotic and laparoscopic surgeries, examination of cervical pathologies and colposcopy.

2004, Graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey
2009, Residency in Baskent University, Faculty of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecological diseases
2009 – 2010, MD in Dr. Sami Ulus Hospital, Gynecology and obstetrics department, Turkey
2013, MD in University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of gynecology and oncology, USA
2011 – 2014, Minor Assistant in Gynecological Oncology Surgery department, Zekai Tahir Burak Women's Health Training and Research Hospital, Turkey
2014, Doc. Dr. Medical degree in Gynecology and Obstetrics
2011 – 2014, MD in Zekai Tahir Burak Woman’s Health, Research and Training Hospital
2015 – 2016, MD in Adana Research Hospital, Department of gynecology oncology, Turkey
2016, MD in LIV Ulus Hospital

European Gynecology Oncology Association
Turkish Gynecology Oncology Association
Minimal Invasive Gynecology Oncology Association
Gynecology Endoscopy Association
Turkish-German Gynecology Association
Turkish Gynecology and Obstetrics Association
Cervical Patology and Colposcopy Association

Scientific publications:

Endometrial Polyps

Assoc. Prof. Dr.  ERALP BAŞER

Importance of Endometrial Polyps?

Endometrial polyp is occurrence in uterus endometrium lining raised lesions.This lesions are similar visually to skin nevus. Endometrial polyps observed during reproductive period or after menopause period.
Polyps could be located at different points of endometrium. In the uterus there may be exist more than just one endometrial polyp. Today’s medicine could not explain exact cause of endometrium polyp occurrence.
Endometrial polyp cells has differentiated genetic mutations and cause to oestrogen hormone increased growth signal.  That is why polyps tend to grow more than other parts of uterus.