top of page


Surgery is a branch of medicine, the main task of which is the treatment of diseases accompanied by a violation of the integrity of the skin and internal tissues of the body. Surgeons are guided by the main principle in their work - to cure the disease, relieve the patient's suffering, and preserve his vital functions.


Operative intervention is the main method of treatment in the field of surgery. During it, the integrity of the skin is violated in order to remove, change or correct pathological processes in the body. In any case, the operation involves mechanical impact on organs and tissues, for which special tools and equipment are used in surgery.


Types of operations:

All surgical interventions are divided into bloody and bloodless. In the first case, penetration to internal organs and cavities occurs through cuts and punctures. Bloodless surgical interventions are performed without dissection of an organ or tissue.

In the walls of our center, surgical operations are performed for the treatment of the following pathologies:

  • furuncle– purulent necrotic inflammation of the hair follicle and sebaceous gland involving the surrounding tissue. The causative agent is staphylococcus and streptococcus. Furuncle is treated surgically on an outpatient basis;

  • inflammation of the sweat glands, or hidradenitis. Painful lumps may appear in the armpits, genital area, perineum, and areolas of the nipples, which increase in size and cause pain during movements. To treat hidradenitis, the affected areas of the skin are processed and bandaged, physiotherapeutic procedures are used, and sometimes surgical intervention is used;

  • abscess- accumulation of pus in the cavity due to tissue necrosis in the focus of inflammation. Most often, an abscess develops in the subcutaneous tissue, less often in the internal organs. The causative agents of an abscess are purulent bacteria that are carried throughout the body by blood. Depending on the complexity of the case, the abscess is treated on an outpatient or inpatient basis;

  • lipoma- a limited benign tumor that can be localized in different parts of the body. Treatment is only operative, in an outpatient clinic or hospital;

  • atheroma- a tumor-like neoplasm that develops due to stagnation of the ducts of the sebaceous glands. It most often appears on the scalp, back, neck and genital area. Sometimes atheroma is accompanied by inflammation that causes pain. Atheroma is removed with a scalpel or with the help of laser technologies;

  • fibroma- a tumor formed by a cluster of fibroblasts and collagen tissues. It is localized on the skin and subcutaneous tissue, fascia, ovaries, uterus, ears, throat, nose. The fibroma is excised with a scalpel;

  • hygroma, which develops as a hernia of the tendon canal as a result of dystrophic processes. A hygroma is detected in the lumbar joint, knee joint, and the back of the foot. The most effective method of treatment is excision of the formation;

  • hernias- a condition in which the entrails of the abdominal cavity protrude into the subcutaneous tissue due to a defect in the wall of the abdominal muscles. The appearance of hernias is facilitated by hard physical work, frequent childbirth, dysfunction of the abdominal wall and some chronic diseases;

  • felon- various purulent processes in the area of the fingers. Pathogenic bacteria that enter tissues through cuts and microcracks are the causative agents. The type of treatment depends on the complexity of the case;

  • ingrown toenail- ingrowth of the edge of the nail into the nail plate. Treatment involves the use of special means to correct the direction of growth or surgical intervention in advanced cases.


These and some other diseases can be treated with one-day surgery, when the problem can often be solved in one session with a surgeon.

bottom of page