Gall bladder is susceptible to various disorders some of which are only treatable surgically, that is, by removal of the whole organ.
INDICATIONS FOR SURGICAL INTERVENTION
- acute cholecystitis;
- destructive changes in gall bladder;
- an acute form of gallstone disease;
- multiple polyps in the gall bladder that tend to grow in size;
- oncological diseases.
SURGICAL TREATMENT OF GALL BLADDER PATHOLOGIES AT THE RCMC
Our Surgery Department carries out operative therapy of gallstone disease, gall bladder cancer and other rare pathologies of this organ.
- Laparoscopic, or, “open” cholecystectomy.
- Robot-assisted cholecystectomy.
- abscesses in the gall bladder area;
- decompensated cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases;
- blood clotting abnormalities.
- acute gangrenous cholecystitis.
HOW TO GET SURGICAL TREATMENT AT THE RCMC
Hospitalization of patients is based on surgeon’s referral after a consultation with the Head of the Surgical department.
If there is surgeon’s referral, you need:
- Call the Contact Center to make an appointment with the head of the Surgical department
- Come to the consultation on time.
- Conclude a contract for the provision of paid services at the registry on the day of hospitalization.
- Pay the invoice at the cash desk of the RCMC or via ЕРИП (SSIS: Single Settlement and Information Space)