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Two hospitals

> 58 th patients
per year

24/7 Diagnostics

Doctors of science
& PhD

The Department of Gastroenterology K + 31 is a team of leading specialists who will conduct a comprehensive examination and select individual treatment programs for each patient. Doctors of the department will give the necessary recommendations for the prevention of exacerbations, will provide dynamic monitoring of the course of chronic diseases.

The clinic has a modern diagnostic center and its own laboratory, which will help to quickly detect the disease and carry out the necessary treatment. At K + 31, you can undergo colonoscopy and endoscopy under sedation (anesthesia). For the greatest comfort of our patients, we propose to undergo video capsule endoscopy using the latest PillCam device - an endoscopic tablet capsule. This procedure allows you to quickly and painlessly undergo the necessary diagnostic procedure.

Diagnosis and treatment of diseases

  • gastroesophageal reflux disease;
  • Barrett's esophagus;
  • esophageal candidomycosis;
  • all types of gastritis, duodenitis;
  • Helicobacter - HP infection;
  • diseases of the operated stomach;
  • peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum;
  • chronic pancreatitis and cholecystitis;
  • functional disorders of the gallbladder and sphincter apparatus of the biliary tract;
  • bowel disease - inflammatory bowel disease, clostridial colitis, CPK, celiac disease, diverticular disease;
  • liver diseases - toxic, autoimmune, viral hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver of various etiologies (reception is conducted by hepatologists);
  • treatment for HP infection.

When to go to a gastroenterologist

If you periodically experience one of the listed symptoms, we recommend that you visit a gastroenterologist consultation to prevent possible consequences:

  • Heartburn;
  • Frequent burping of air;
  • Dry mouth;
  • Abdominal pain;
  • Flatulence;
  • Violations of the stool in the form of a change in its frequency and consistency, as well as an admixture of blood and mucus in the feces;
  • Decreased or complete lack of appetite;
  • Losing weight;
  • Itchy skin;
  • Icteric staining of the skin;
  • Anemia.


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