Every day, at night, from 00:00 to 08:00, at the K+31 on Lobachevskogo clinic.
The clinic is proud not only of its medical achievements, but also of a high level of service. Our assistants will help you quickly pass the examination prescribed by the doctors, coordinate the time of the visit and hospitalization, promptly answer all questions and remind you of the plans planned in advance.
You will never be left without help and support.
Leading urologists of Russia in K+31
The K+31 Urology Department has its own operating room, equipped with the most advanced surgical equipment and a team of highly qualified professional specialists. At the service of patients - all the possibilities of accurate diagnostics and high-tech medical care, a comfortable hospital, treatment rooms, wards for short-term hospitalization.
The specialists of our urology department use in their daily practice minimally invasive operations, low-traumatic and organ-preserving methods of treating urological diseases: laparoscopic, endoscopic operations, remote destruction of ureteral stones, kidney stones and other organs of the urinary system. They use high-tech diagnostic methods, only proven and approved technologies and drugs, comply with all standards and protocols, and treat each patient individually.
The latest equipment and treatment methods
Oncourology is one of the key competencies of K+31
Expertise in maintaining male longevity and infertility treatment
A unique experience in the treatment of urolithiasis
The clinic has accumulated a unique experience in the treatment of urolithiasis using endoscopic laser techniques and flexible instruments. Surgery without incisions and pain. The next day after the operation, most patients leave the walls of the clinic already without stones in the kidneys and ureters. We accept patients who come in an emergency with acute pain and who come for a routine examination and treatment.
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The final decision on the presence of indications for surgery and its direct implementation is the responsibility of the urologist-surgeon.
Surgical treatment is possible with the following urological diseases:
In case of a violation in the structure of the organ or, if necessary, correction of functions, uroandrological operations are performed.
Sling surgeries are performed at the K+31 clinic – these are interventions on the urinary system to eliminate urinary incontinence, based on strengthening the urethra.
For surgical intervention, the clinic has all the necessary diagnostic and related equipment.
Operative treatment in our clinic can be carried out in different ways:
Modern equipment and minimally invasive techniques allow doctors to use epidural anesthesia more often, which significantly less affects the work of the heart, kidneys and liver than general anesthesia, which is especially important for people of age.
Many patients, especially older ones, have chronic diseases of other organs and systems that are contraindications to general anesthesia. Epidural anesthesia removes the restrictions on surgical treatment in such patients.
During the postoperative period, the K+31 clinic accommodates its patients in comfortable rooms designed for one or two people.
These stays include:
All rooms are equipped with an alarm button, by pressing which you can instantly call the specialist on duty. Our qualified doctors, attentive and caring staff will help you recover as soon as possible.
By no means a verdict! Prostate adenoma is a benign process, which is perfectly controlled and responds well to both medical and surgical treatment. The intrigue of prostate adenoma is only that the prevalence of this disease is approaching to 100 percent for older men. At 80, about 80-90% of men have this diagnosis, and almost everyone needs the help of a specialist.
No never. There are three very well-known diseases of the prostate gland: prostate cancer, prostate adenoma and prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland). All three diseases do not flow into each other into each other, but can simultaneously affect the same organ. However, no one has proven that they are somehow causally related.
Just the other day, we had just such a case: an elderly patient with an advanced oncological process came to us. At the medical consultation, my colleagues and I formulated the main task: "To try to extend the life of a person as much as possible." Therefore, speaking about the possibility of surgery, we must always evaluate the ratio of risk and effectiveness. If the benefit outweighs the risk, then we can recommend surgery, but the final decision must be made jointly with the patient. Our task as doctors in detail explain what the consequences of surgery may be. If the risk is too high, we can find alternative solutions and prescribe radiation, hormonal or chemotherapy. In each case, this decision is made individually based on the stage disease, general health and, of course, the wishes of the patient.
This is a myth that is hundreds of years old. There was a time when virtually all boys were circumcised in the United States, but the general profile incidence has not changed significantly. If circumcision really significantly reduced the risk of getting sick, in a number of countries many common STDs simply would not exist, or they would be much less common. Unfortunately, no such pattern has been found. From a medical point of view, as "STD prevention" this procedure does not make much sense. True, there is an addiction between cervical cancer risk and male circumcision. In this matter, circumcision is indeed a blessing.
Of course have. The most common mythical disease is chronic prostatitis. Diagnosis is very popular among outpatient urologists, however, only in 5% of cases it is really justified. In 95%, this diagnosis is not based on sufficient grounds. There are a number of objective signs, on the basis of which, after an appropriate examination, it is possible to diagnose chronic prostatitis. Unpleasant sensations in the perineum or above the womb and non-specific urination disorders are inconclusive proof of the presence of the disease!
st. Lobachevskogo, 42/4
1st Kolobovsky lane, 4
Orshanskaya, 16/2; Ak. Pavlova, 22