General surgery

General surgery

Services

  • Benign tumor removal

    • Skin mole removal

      €60–€407
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      Skin mole removal is a quick and simple surgical procedure, performed under local anesthesia. Anesthetic injections are the most painful part of the procedure. Once the area is completely numb, the mole is cut off with a scalpel and the wound sutured. Usually the removed mole is sent for biopsy (tissue analysis) to exclude malignancy.

  • Vascular surgery

    • Varicose vein surgery

      €479–€1960
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      Varicose vein surgery with the removal of the great saphenous vein is a surgical procedure to treat varicose veins of legs. To remove the main trunk of the great saphenous vein, the major superficial vein of the leg, only two small skin incisions are made (in the groin and near the ankle bone). The branches of the vein are removed through small skin incisions or even through pinhole incisions that do not require suturing. The operation is performed under general or spinal anesthesia. Varicose veins are caused by chronic connective tissue weakness, therefore, to avoid the appearance of new varicose veins, it is necessary to continue using compression stockings after the operation.

    • Sclerotherapy for varicose veins

      €46–€1630
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      Sclerotherapy for varicose veins is a procedure to treat varicose veins that lasts about 20–50 minutes. It can be done on an outpatient basis and the recovery is quick. During the procedure, sclerosing (i.e. constricting or narrowing) substance is injected in the enlarged veins and capillaries. Sclerotherapy is not suitable for treating large varices! Before sclerotherapy it is advisable to consult a doctor and perform an ultrasound examination. Varicose veins are caused by chronic connective tissue weakness, therefore, to avoid the appearance of new varicose veins, it is necessary to continue using compression stockings after the treatment procedure.