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  • Surgical department #10 (bone, skin and soft tissue tumors) - 35 beds

    The department has 7 doctors, 7 nurses.


    • Diagnostics and treatment of benign and malignant tumors of the skin and musculoskeletal system;
    • Providing specialized medical care for patients with malignant neoplasms of bones and soft tissues (sarcomas), skin, as well as with musculoskeletal metastases;
    • Shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip and ankle replacement;
    • Clavicle, sternum and pelvic bone replacement;
    • Total endoprosthetic replacement of humerus, ulna, radius, femur and tibia;
    • Hip and knee joint replacement.


    • The methods of complex treatment of tumors of the musculoskeletal system have been mastered (endoprosthetic replacement of large joints: hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, ankle, and endoprosthetic scapular and sternal replacement);
    • The technique of percutaneous vertebroplasty and osteoplasty in metastatic bone lesions has been mastered and implemented;
    • The technique of regional chemotherapy in extremity sarcomas has been mastered;
    • Methods of reconstructive surgery for plastic closure of defects after removal of skin and soft tissue tumors have been developed;
    • Angiosurgeries and microsurgeries are being used.

    Scientific directions:

    The main research areas of the department are issues of surgical, combination and complex therapy of malignant bone, skin and soft tissue tumors. Within the scope of the problem, the following tasks have been defined:

    • Combination and complex therapy of bone and soft tissue sarcomas, development and implementation of new treatment regimens, including the use of regional chemotherapy and non-standard radiation therapy regimens. Further work on the issues of organ-preserving interventions, expanding the indications for reconstructive and restorative surgeries with elements of endoprosthetic replacement in patients, including children;
    • Implementation of methods for surgical treatment of spinal and sacral tumors;
    • Work on the problems of surgical and complex therapy of melanoma, development of methods for plastic closure of defects after surgical treatment, including using microvascular technique, development of methods for tumor immunotherapy;
    • Development and implementation of parasurgical techniques for the diagnosis and treatment: arthroscopy, trepanobiopsy and plastic using bone cement in patients with bone tumors including spinal tumors;
    • Development of new methods of organ-preserving surgeries for musculoskeletal tumors;
    • Development and implementation of methods of minimally invasive surgery for palliative and symptomatic treatment of metastatic bone lesions;
    • Development of plastic surgery techniques for bone, skin and soft tissue tumors, including the use of allografts.