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KOPOSOV Pavel

Oncologist, chemotherapist, doctor of the highest qualification category M.D.
2014
Starts working
at EMC
1988
Beginning of
the medical career

Dr.Koposov graduated from N. Pirogov 2nd Russian State Medical University (MOGLMI) in 1988; in 1990, he completed residency at the Russian Cancer Research Center of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences specializing in Oncology.
In 1997, he underwent further training in chemotherapy at St. Jude Hospital, Memphis, USA.

Experience

The main clinical area of Dr. Koposov is polychemotherapy in patients with malignant tumors.

Scientific works

Dr. Koposov is the author of 112 publications in scientific journals, 5 monographs, clinical practice guidelines. He is the opinion-leader of a number of pharmaceutical companies, conducts master classes on chemotherapy of solid tumors.

Professional interests

The main clinical area of Dr. Koposov is polychemotherapy in patients with malignant tumors. The main areas of his scientific activity include the prevention and treatment of complications of chemotherapy. 

Languages

Russian, English.

KOPOSOV Pavel

Oncologist, chemotherapist, doctor of the highest qualification category M.D.
2014
Starts working
at EMC
1988
Beginning of
the medical career

Dr.Koposov graduated from N. Pirogov 2nd Russian State Medical University (MOGLMI) in 1988; in 1990, he completed residency at the Russian Cancer Research Center of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences specializing in Oncology.
In 1997, he underwent further training in chemotherapy at St. Jude Hospital, Memphis, USA.

Department Oncology Institute Moscow, Schepkina Str.,35 Telephone: +7 495 933-66-55

Experience

The main clinical area of Dr. Koposov is polychemotherapy in patients with malignant tumors.

Scientific works

Dr. Koposov is the author of 112 publications in scientific journals, 5 monographs, clinical practice guidelines. He is the opinion-leader of a number of pharmaceutical companies, conducts master classes on chemotherapy of solid tumors.

Questions

My wife of 64 years was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the autumn of 2014. Stage 4 was concluded. Surgery is impossible. There is a massive thrombosis. Three biopsies were carried out. A benign tumor was revealed. She lost a lot of weight. An episode of severe pain took place about one month ( read more )

My wife of 64 years was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the autumn of 2014. Stage 4 was concluded. Surgery is impossible. There is a massive thrombosis. Three biopsies were carried out. A benign tumor was revealed. She lost a lot of weight. An episode of severe pain took place about one month ago. Currently, a significant problem is the ascites, swollen legs; food is poorly digested, general discomfort. What can you recommend? Is it necessary to remove the fluid and what might be the consequences? ( hide )

The picture you described is consisted with the concept of "metastatic ascites". Laparocentesis is appropriate as a therapeutic and diagnostic approach. Given the negative cytology, it is likely that the patient has a neoplastic disease of the colon, ovaries or stomach. Our experts will hold a consultation on the same day and perform the procedure to verify the diagnosis and ( read more )

The picture you described is consisted with the concept of "metastatic ascites". Laparocentesis is appropriate as a therapeutic and diagnostic approach. Given the negative cytology, it is likely that the patient has a neoplastic disease of the colon, ovaries or stomach. Our experts will hold a consultation on the same day and perform the procedure to verify the diagnosis and consider the possibilities of palliative treatment. ( hide )

11.08.2015
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