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     General Surgery 

    Dra. Sylwia Katarzyna Zacharska


    • 1994-2000: Studies of Human Medicine, University of Breslavia
    • 2002-2008: Medical Resident in Cardiovascular Surgery, General Surgery and Transpantation Surgery, University of Breslavia
    • November 2008: Medical Specialist in Surgery
    • 2009: work as a Surgeon, Hospital Melilla
    • since 2009: work as a Surgeon, Hospital Marina Salud, Denia
    • 2012: Postgraduate studies in Surgery of the liver and pancreas, Erasmus Clinic, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    • since 2020: work as a Surgeon, HLA San Carlos, Denia
    • since 2022: work as a Surgeon, IMED Gandia


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    Surgical Treatments

    • Hernia: abdominal hernia, inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia
    • Intestinal surgery: tumors, polyps, diverticula, hernias, appendicitis
    • proktological surgery: hemorrhoids, fistulas, abscesses, fissures
    • Surgery of the liver, bile tracts and pancreas
    • Laparoscopy (cholecystectomy, hiatal hernia, stomach, diverticulitis, pancreatic disease, liver surgery)
    • Breast surgery: benign lesions
    • Skin surgery: benign lesions, cysts, lipomas, biopsies, node removal

    Frequent surgical pathologies

    • Hernias: A hernia is the prolapse of any organ or tissue outside the cavity in which it is normally housed. The most common hernias develop through the abdominal wall, through natural or artificial gaps that constitute weak points in the abdominal wall, which begins the process of hernia formation. Inguinal hernia: Usually a part of the intestine that prolapses out through a weakened place in the abdominal muscles. There can be major complications such as obstruction or strangulation of the herniated intestinal part. In symptomatic, large or complicated hernias, surgical treatment is indicated. Abdominal hernia: An abdominal hernia occurs in the midline of the abdomen, in the umbilical area or in a previously operated area where the scar presents the weak point of the abdominal wall. Given the risk of significant complications, surgical treatment of these hernias is recommended.
    • Appendicitis: Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix, a small protrusion of the ascendens colon that projects into the lower right side of the abdomen. As the inflammation progresses there are more symptoms (pain, nausea, vomiting, fever). Treatment consists of surgical removal of the appendix (appendectomy).
    • Gallstones: Gallstones are deposits of concentrated bile that form in the gallbladder. Two types of stones are differentiated according to their main content: cholesterol or bilirubin stones. In case of a symptomatic pathology (pain, nausea, vomiting) removal of the gallbladder (cholecystectomy) is indicated.

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