Tokuda Hospital Sofia

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A combined robotic and laparoscopic surgery at Acibadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital spared a woman with a pre-cancer condition from two large-scale open surgeries

19 december 2017

Gynecologists and abdomen surgeons removed the uterus and treated a large hernia within a single minimally invasive surgery

Gynecologists and abdomen surgeons removed the uterus of a 60-y.o. patient and treated her large hernia within a single minimally invasive 2-in-1 surgery who suffered from a precancerous condition of the endometrium. The Da Vinci robot was used for removing the uterus, while a laparoscopic intervention treated a large re-occurring umbilical hernia. The latter is a common surgery, yet the unique element here is the multi-disciplinary approach applied in resolving the patient’s condition issues. Usually, these two should be large-scaled open surgeries requiring a recovery period of several months in between as well as after the 2nd intervention.

The patient was admitted at Tokuda Hospital to have her uterus removed after being diagnosed with a precancerous disease – an atypical endometrial hyperplasia. In many cases, this disease evolves to an endometrial carcinoma and the adequate treatment includes hysterectomy. Besides, the patient suffered from another disease – umbilical hernia, surgically treated in the past, yet reoccurring now in particularly large dimensions.

Members of this one-of-a-kind intervention include among the others: Dr. Marinov, Dr. Tanchev, Dr. Dimitrov, Dr. Katev.

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51B Nikola Y. Vaptsarov Blvd., Sofia, 1407 (if you drive, the entrance is from Atanas Dukov str.)

The hospital has a parking lot for patients and visitors. The first 30 min. are free of charge, every next hour is 3BGN/hrs.
IMPORTANT! Have in mind that the parking lot is very busy Monday to Friday between 10.00 and 14.00. The hospital team will appreciate if those whose health condition allow, take the drop off option without parking or use other transport means or alternative parking lots in the area.

Public transport:
Buses: №88, 120

Metro lines: You can get off at James Bourchier or Vitosha metro station and walk to the hospital.

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From the Central Railway Station

Bus: take bus #305 and get off at Romanian Embassy stop, then transfer to bus #120 to Tokuda Hospital stop.

Metro: Take metro line Nadezda-Lozenetz and get off either at James Bourchier or Vitosha metro station, then walk to the hospital.