A number of surgical interventions of the abdomen and the soft tissues are performed in the Surgery Clinic. Further, a conservative (non-operative) treatment is conducted for a variety of diseases.
An algorithm is developed for referring oncological diseases patients to an Oncology Committee and for carrying out a chemotherapy and radiotherapy before or after the surgical intervention.
The conservative and surgical treatment is widespread and covers the treatment of:
- surgery of the anterior abdominal wallhernia – ventral and inguinal, incarcerated or not (strangulation)
- conservative and surgical intervention of infectious diseases of soft tissues (incl. treatment of the so called diabetic foot).
- anus and perianal area (anal fissures, fistula, haemorrhoids, dermoid cysts).
Surgery of the mammary gland:
- any therapeutic and reconstructive surgeries of benign and malignant mammary gland diseases.
Surgical treatment of mammary gland diseases can be organ-preserving or radical. We are performing reconstructive surgical intervention of abnormalities of the mammary gland (breast) or post-breast surgery.
- cholecystitis and cholelithiasis (gallbladder and biliary tracts diseases) – a mini-invasive laparoscopic treatment (the so called bloodless surgery) is performed as well
Surgery of the male reproductive system:
- phimosis – circumcision due to medical or religious reasons (sunnet)
- biopsy of a testiclevarious
- surgical intervention of the testicles (hydrocele, varicocele)
Surgical skin and soft tissues diseases.
Conservative treatment of gallbladder, bile ducts and pancreas diseases.
In our cytohystological laboratory we offer frozen section procedure (Gefrier). This allows timely reassessment of the scope of the surgery for providing adequate treatment and avoiding the need of a second intervention (during the surgery part of the tissue mass or the excised lymph nodes is examined in a few minutes while the surgery is still ongoing). In case cancer cells or metastasis are detected, the surgical intervention will spread over a bigger area in order to cover to a maximum extent the tumor formation/process).