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MAXIMOVA Yuliya

Obstetrician and gynaecologist, endosurgeon M.D., Ph.D.
2012
Starts working
at EMC
1999
Beginning of
the medical career

In 1998 she graduated from Ivanovo State Medical Academy specialised in General Medicine. After completing her training in a clinical residency specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, she took a primary specialisation in gynaecological endosurgery and worked in practical healthcare for 9 years. She performed more than 2,500 operations using various approaches. From 2001 to 2008 she was the head of the gynaecology sector of the first Endosurgery Centre in Vladimir Region.

From 2008 she was a research associate and for the past two years the head of clinic operation at the oncogynaecology department of Kulakov Scientific Centre of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology.

Dr. Maximova’s PhD dissertation was on clinical issues and diagnostics of common forms of genital endometriosis. She is experienced in the full range of surgical interventions for gynaecological diseses through laparoscopic, open and vaginal access.

She has taken many internships in endosurgery and gynaecology in Russia and abroad (Center Hospitalier Universitaire de Caen, France; Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel). She is a member of the Russian Association of Gynaecologists and Endoscopists, the Russian Association of Endometriosis and the Society of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. She is an annual participant and speaker at international scientific congresses and conferences. She has more than 20 publications in scientific and popular science journals.

Her fields of interest include genital endometriosis, reproductive problems and minimally invasive organ-preserving operations in women with large uterine fibroids and ovarian formations.

MAXIMOVA Yuliya

Obstetrician and gynaecologist, endosurgeon M.D., Ph.D.
2012
Starts working
at EMC
1999
Beginning of
the medical career

In 1998 she graduated from Ivanovo State Medical Academy specialised in General Medicine. After completing her training in a clinical residency specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, she took a primary specialisation in gynaecological endosurgery and worked in practical healthcare for 9 years. She performed more than 2,500 operations using various approaches. From 2001 to 2008 she was the head of the gynaecology sector of the first Endosurgery Centre in Vladimir Region.

From 2008 she was a research associate and for the past two years the head of clinic operation at the oncogynaecology department of Kulakov Scientific Centre of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology.

Dr. Maximova’s PhD dissertation was on clinical issues and diagnostics of common forms of genital endometriosis. She is experienced in the full range of surgical interventions for gynaecological diseses through laparoscopic, open and vaginal access.

She has taken many internships in endosurgery and gynaecology in Russia and abroad (Center Hospitalier Universitaire de Caen, France; Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel). She is a member of the Russian Association of Gynaecologists and Endoscopists, the Russian Association of Endometriosis and the Society of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. She is an annual participant and speaker at international scientific congresses and conferences. She has more than 20 publications in scientific and popular science journals.

Her fields of interest include genital endometriosis, reproductive problems and minimally invasive organ-preserving operations in women with large uterine fibroids and ovarian formations.

Department Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology Clinic Moscow, Schepkina str., 35, Spiridonievsky lane, 5/1 Telephone: +7 (495) 933 66 55

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An ultrasound revealed a mass in my left ovary during the first pregnancy. I was told that it is a dermoid cyst. Five years have passed since then. I gave birth to a second child. An ultrasound was performed annually. There were differences in size, but not significant. Since I’m going to have ( read more )

An ultrasound revealed a mass in my left ovary during the first pregnancy. I was told that it is a dermoid cyst. Five years have passed since then. I gave birth to a second child. An ultrasound was performed annually. There were differences in size, but not significant. Since I’m going to have the 3rd child, another ultrasound was done today. The doctor said that the cyst had increased. I am concerned about it. Don't know where to start. What tests are needed? Thank you. ( hide )

Surgical treatment is strictly indicated in your case given the long history of the mass in the ovary and its rapid growth in recent times. In our clinic, we perform such an intervention laparoscopically through 3 small punctures. Patients go home next morning after the surgery and may return to work after 3 days. This surgery must be as delicate to preserve healthy ovarian ( read more )

Surgical treatment is strictly indicated in your case given the long history of the mass in the ovary and its rapid growth in recent times. In our clinic, we perform such an intervention laparoscopically through 3 small punctures. Patients go home next morning after the surgery and may return to work after 3 days. This surgery must be as delicate to preserve healthy ovarian tissue (considering your reproductive plans) as radical at the same time to remove the mass together with the capsule. At the preoperative stage an expert level ultrasound with Doppler is required, as well as blood tests for Ca-125 and НЕ-4 tumor markers. The decision concerning the necessity of FEGDS and colonoscopy is taken based on the results of these tests. ( hide )

05.09.2015
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