General Practitioner. Work experience in medicine - 7 years. I consider it necessary to constantly educate myself and improve my skills, I adhere to the principles of evidence-based medicine in my work, I am guided by the well-known rule "Do no harm". My credo in life is "If you want to do something well, do it yourself."

Seminoma

Seminoma is a malignant tumor of the testicle. Very rarely (when germinogenic cells are delayed in an atypical area during intrauterine development), it can occur outside the testicle, for example, in the mediastinum or retroperitoneal space. A seminoma develops from primary germ cells. It is manifested by an increase and compaction of the testicle, pain…

Familial Colon Polyposis

Familial colon polyposis is a rare hereditary disease in which multiple adenomatous polyps develop in the large intestine. It is manifested by pain, rapid stools, an admixture of blood in the feces, anemia, pale skin and increased fatigue. There is a high probability of malignancy. Along with neoplasia of the large intestine, tumors of bones…

Spinal Sarcoma

Spinal sarcoma are a group of malignant tumors originating from immature connective tissue. It can affect bones, cartilage, blood vessels and other connective tissue structures of the spine. Manifested by pain, pelvic disorders, impaired sensitivity and movement. The clinical picture is determined by the type of spinal sarcoma, the level of lesion, the location of the…

Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Soft tissue sarcoma is a group of rare malignant neoplasms of mesodermal origin that develop from adipose tissue, muscle and fibrous tissue, peripheral nerve sheaths. Clinical manifestations of the tumor include local densification, pain syndrome and organ dysfunction in the later stages of the disease. Imaging methods (ultrasound, CT, MRI), histological verification, laboratory tests are…

Cervical Cancer Recurrence

Cervical cancer recurrence is the resumption of the oncological process in the primary focus area after the completion of radical treatment and subsequent well–being. It is manifested by pulling pains in the lower back, perineum and sacrum area, watery or succulent discharge, urination disorders, edema, weakness, apathy, exhaustion and appetite disorders. Sometimes it is asymptomatic…

Colon Cancer Recurrence

Colon cancer recurrence is the re–occurrence of a malignant tumor some time after the completion of radical treatment. It is manifested by pain, constipation, diarrhea, a feeling of incomplete bowel emptying, impurities of blood and mucus in the feces. Weakness, apathy, weight loss and loss of appetite are noted. When the process spreads to the…

Prostate Cancer Recurrence

Prostate cancer recurrence is the re–development of a malignant tumor after radical treatment of prostate cancer. It can be local, systemic or biochemical. It is asymptomatic or manifested by pain, dysuria, hematuria, erectile dysfunction, hematospermia and other symptoms. With systemic pathology, violations of the functions of various organs are revealed. In the later stages, there…

Kidney Cancer Recurrence

Kidney cancer recurrence is a malignant tumor that occurs some time after radical treatment of oncological kidney damage. The cause of the development is insufficient radicality of the operation or undiagnosed metastases in lymph nodes and distant organs. Pathology are often asymptomatic. There may also be pain, hematuria, increased blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, swelling and…

Breast Cancer Recurrence

Breast cancer recurrence is a repeated oncological lesion of the breast, lymph nodes or distant organs that occurred some time after radical treatment of the primary tumor. It is manifested by changes in the contours, size, shape and color of the breast skin, spots and pits in the affected area, itching, burning and discharge from…

Lung Cancer Recurrence

Lung cancer recurrence is the repeated development of a malignant tumor after surgical treatment, chemotherapy or radiation therapy of the primary neoplasm. It can affect lung and bronchial tissue, mediastinum and regional lymph nodes, distant organs. In most cases, a lung cancer recurrence is detected within the first 2-3 years from the moment of diagnosis.…