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Dr. Vitaly Krovitsky

Benign laryngeal disease · Adenoidectomy

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Medical Centre Hospital of President's Affair Administration of the Rebublic of Kazakhstan

Akmola Province, Kazakhstan

1997

Founded

74

Doctors

8K

Annual Surgeries

212

Beds

2K

Medical staff

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Yesil District Nur-Sultan Akmola Province Kazakhstan

About

Dr. Vitaly Krovitsky is an Endocrine Surgeon at the MEDICAL CENTRE HOSPITAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN'S PRESIDENTIAL AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION.Dr. Vitaly Krovitsky is a graduate of Akmola State Medical Academy. Dr. Vitaly Krovitsky is an expert in benign laryngeal disease and adenoidectomy. Adenoidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the adenoids, which are small glands located in the back of the throat behind the nose. Adenoids are part of the immune system and play a role in helping to fight infections, but they can become enlarged and cause problems such as breathing difficulties, snoring, and recurrent ear infections. Adenoidectomy is usually performed on children, although it can also be done on adults. The procedure is typically done under general anesthesia and takes about 30 minutes to an hour to complete. During the procedure, the surgeon will remove the adenoids through the mouth using specialized instruments. Adenoidectomy is generally a safe and effective procedure, although there are some risks associated with any surgery, including bleeding, infection, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. In rare cases, there may be complications such as changes in speech, taste, or smell. Benign laryngeal disease refers to non-cancerous conditions that affect the larynx, or voice box. These conditions can affect the vocal cords, leading to hoarseness, difficulty speaking, and other vocal changes. Some of the most common benign laryngeal diseases include vocal cord nodules, polyps, and cysts. Vocal cord nodules are small, callous-like growths that develop on the vocal cords due to repeated vocal strain or abuse. They can cause hoarseness and a raspy voice and are often seen in people who use their voice frequently, such as singers or public speakers. Dr. Vitaly Krovitsky, Endocrine Surgeon, Candidate of Medical Science The Highest Category of Work Experience: 25 years Anton Li Surgeon The First Category of Work  13 years  Beibyt Dairabayev Surgeon