On May 12, a radiotherapist at the K+31 clinic, Anton Vladimirovich Inozemtsev, gave a lecture on radiation therapy and its side effects.
The management of locally recurrent prostate cancer after radical radiotherapy remains controversial due to the perceived high incidence of severe genitourinary (GU) and gastrointestinal (GI) toxicity associated with any method of salvage radiotherapy.
New technologies for ultrasonic lifting are available at the K+31 clinic on Lobachevskogo - Ultraformer III. Now, visitors to the department of aesthetic medicine have the opportunity to carry out even more effective contouring, leveling the relief, reducing fat deposits and lifting the face and body.
IAEA studies have found significant shortcomings in the provision of radiotherapy care - the treatment of cancer in children. The results showed that the existing gaps are global in scope. The study also identified ways to improve clinical practice.
At K+31, we make probiotics individually by studying your gut microflora. This approach contributes to increased efficiency and avoids possible side effects observed when taking "industrial" probiotics.
April 12, in honor of the day of the fight against Parkinson's disease, professor of the department of nervous diseases and neurosurgery, PMSMU named after I.M. Sechenov, doctor of medical sciences, consultant of the K+31 clinic, neurologist of the highest qualification Nodel Marina Romanovna gave a lecture on the possibilities of treating pathology.
Satirova Elena Fedorovna, head of the antitumor drug treatment department of the K+31 West clinic, oncologist of the highest category, on April 14, gave an online lecture on the possibilities of treating breast cancer and the features of hormonal therapy.