Short consultation with an oncologist
|1 200 rub.|
Course appointment of an oncologist in a hospital
|1 500 rub.|
Scalpel biopsy of lymph nodes
|3 500 rub.|
Primary appointment with oncologist
|2 500 rub.|
Repeated appointment of an oncologist
|2 300 rub.|
Portacath flushing (simple)
|2 200 rub.|
Portacath flushing (simple)
|4 500 rub.|
Puncture (TAB) of the breast under the control of ultrasound (including cytological examination-2 glasses)
|5 500 rub.|
What is Cancer?
Cancer (malignant neoplasm) is a group of diseases, each of which can affect any organs in the human body due to the pathological formation and proliferation of abnormal cells. The process of spreading such tissues to organs is called metastasis.
Contrary to the opinion of most people, cancer is being treated. Moreover, it is treated at different stages, and stage 4 of the disease is not always a verdict.
If for the patient the word "Cancer" sounds unambiguous, then for the oncologist there are a million nuances and semitones in this. Not all cases of cancer in the late stages are not curable cases. Everything depends on many factors, such as: localization of the tumor, verification (histology results), differentiation of the tumor and its immunohistochemical study. In order to establish a definitive diagnosis, Pacific International Hospital has a comprehensive examination system with modern equipment. This includes diagnostic methods such as: ultrasound diagnostics (ultrasound), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) and X-ray diagnostics, a full range of laboratory diagnostics, the ability to take and conduct histological and cytological studies. Unlike some other medical institutions, Pacific International Hospital has all diagnostic and treatment departments in one place, which allows you to pass treatment and examinations with maximum comfort and in a short time.
Diagnostics of oncological pathology is carried out in the presence of an oncologist, if necessary, which allows more accurate diagnostic search, as a result, accelerates the process of diagnosis and treatment. Pacific International Hospital is proud of its team of highly professional specialists who do not just look at the patient, but take a comprehensive and responsible approach to diagnosis and treatment, working collaboratively!
There are various methods of treating cancer, such as:
- surgical treatment,
- radiation therapy,
- photodynamic therapy
- and other modern methods of treatment.
The choice of treatment method depends on many factors of the manifestation of the cancer process.
In the Pacific Internetional Hospital, surgical treatment of various tumor locations is performed. An accurate and accessible explanation of the scope of the operation and the method of its implementation is carried out in consultation with an oncologist. The waiting time for surgical treatment in Pacific is minimal, but depends on the general condition, preoperative examination and preparation. A patient with an established diagnosis of preoperative laboratory examination, preoperative preparation and surgery is possible on the day of admission to the department of the Pacific International Hospital. The postoperative period of hospital stay is minimized. After discharge, the patient can continue observation on an outpatient basis at the Pacific International Hospital polyclinic, where bandages and treatment corrections are performed. All the operated patients are under the close supervision of the same surgeon who performed the operation.
The process of treating an oncological patient in most cases is long. To achieve the best results, it is necessary to accurately monitor the course of treatment and communication between the doctor and the patient. The conditions of the Pacific International Hospital and the continuity between inpatient and outpatient care, allow the doctor to monitor the entire period of treatment. Conducting laboratory and instrumental studies to correct the treatment on the day of the patient's appointment with the doctor. This creates the conditions for the absence of a feeling of "abandoned" patient.