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Removal of atheroma

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the advantages of the removal of atheroma “Surgitron”:

  • the maximum guarantee against relapse
  • performed without surgical sutures
  • shorter recovery period after surgery
  • It does not require hospitalization
  • short-term rehabilitation

What is atheroma?

Removal of atheroma Atheroma not a malignancy, often causes anxiety and pain, yet doctors recommend to remove it.

When the cyst is causing discomfort and makes it impossible for a normal full life or poses a serious aesthetic problem, in these cases, the indications for surgery are clear.

  1. Why and in other cases it is necessary to get rid of atheroma?
  2. The dangerous sebocystoma?

Often atheroma becomes a hotbed of infection and the associated inflamed. There is a subcutaneous abscess, accompanied by severe suppuration, causing pain. In some cases, the tumor revealed independently and there is outflow of pus. However, in most cases, the inflammatory process in the body (regardless of location) – it is an occasion to see a doctor who will prescribe and decides to surgery. There is always a risk that the pus can burst under the skin, which is fraught with serious complications.

The smaller the cyst, the easier the removal of it. Therefore, you should not run the disease in the hope that everything will disappear by itself. Often, the tumor occurs on the background of other diseases associated with metabolic disorders and hormonal dysfunction. An experienced surgeon will prescribe in addition to removing the complex therapy, which will have a positive effect on the body as a whole.

It is one risk factor is that the atheroma may resemble other types of skin tumors, such as fibroids. In rare cases, it can be confused with cerebral hernia. An accurate diagnosis can only be a doctor. If there is a doubt or a need to differntsirovannom diagnosis, it will be assigned additional study on histology.

How is the removal of atheroma?

Atheroma removal is not necessary to run the course of the disease, resorting to conservative treatments. There are no drugs or agents that promote resorption of atheroma. For complete curing must be removed and the contents of a cyst, and capsules. It must be remembered that the tumor can be removed at any stage does not necessarily prevent its increase. The larger it is, the harder it is to make cosmetic effects of removal have been inconspicuous. However, an experienced surgeon is well aware of the importance of appearance and always takes care of the operation the least consequences for the patient.

Currently, there are several ways to remove the atheroma.

Operation with the laser. If the patient went to a doctor in time, if the disease is in its early stages, and the cyst is very small, in this case the laser will be the best way. This method does not cause great harm. In this procedure, there is no surgery, tissue is not cut with a scalpel and left stitches.

Removal of atheroma surgically. Surgery was performed under local anesthesia. The skin is cut and subsequent removal ateromnyh mass and capsules. After surgery overlap seams which can be removed after 10 days. Appointed medical therapy in the form of antibiotics.

Removal of atheroma by exposure to radio waves. High-performance, netravmoopasny, modern method. It does not require the preparation of the surgical field (shaving of hair). Seams are imposed after the procedure.

If you need to get rid of sebaceous gland cyst, but you do not know which of the above methods should be preferred, consult with our doctors. They detail (in plain language to the layman) will talk about the advantages (and, of course, disadvantages) of a method. Also, if you just want to remove the tumor, and you a little worried about how it is a medical technique that is done, you can rely on the expertise of our doctors. Especially for you, they will choose the best option based on the state of your body and the course of the disease course.

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