Special surgery

Within the section of special surgery, the ORT ART clinic offers to its patients a wide range of surgical interventions.

The main interventions that we perform include the following:

  • Dupuytran’s contracture
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Birth marks, skin defects
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Varicose veins of lower limbs
  • Haemorrhoids

Dupuytran’s contracture

It is a disease of the connective parts, namely the palmar aponeurosis of the hand, which is manifested by the spontaneous bending of the fingers, especially the small and the ring finger – a relatively widespread diorder.

The operations are performed in local anaesthesia, in an outpatient mode.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

This is a ligamentum caprivolare disorder, or a fibrous stripe in the palm of the hand, which compresses the median nerve and causes tingling and altered sensitivity of the fingers of the hand. The patient must be examined by a neurologist before surgery. It is addressed by intersecting the ligament described – a frequently occurring disorder, more often in women.

Outpatient intervention in local anaesthesia.

Birth marks, skin defects

Excisions of birth marks, skin defects, extirpations of subcutaneous lipomas, tumours – all these interventions are performed on outpatients in local anaesthesia, including microscopic – histological examinations that is the golden standard in performing these surgeries.

Inguinal hernia

Hernia inguinalis – affection of the inguinal canal with more frequent occurrence in men. It is manifested by pains in the area of the groins, lower abdomen, leftward or rightward inguinal bulging. It is necessary to operate so as to prevent possible complications, it will never be self-adjusting, and results in gradual deterioration.

The operation is performed:

  • in a conventional manner
  • laparoscopically – with the insertion of the transabdominal preperitoneal mesh
  • PHS system – from a conventional section with the insertion of a transabdominal preperitoneal mesh. This is the world’s preferred type of surgery for very short recovery, minimum pain and early exercise.

Varicose veins of lower limbs

Widespread disease, manifested by widening of the veins of the lower limbs of various degree, from cosmetic defects up to pain and cramps of the lower limbs.

This is an outpatient intervention or a surgery requiring one-day hospitalization.

Depending on the stage of the disease, it is possible to perform:

  • sclerotization – punctures
  • conventional surgery – in general or neuroaxial anaesthesia


Commonly known and very widespread disease manifesting with rectal bleeding, pain, and rectal prolapse.

Depending on the stage of the disease, it is possible to perform:

  • Barron ligature – (rubber bands)

90% of cases with outpatient treatment (relatively painless procedure).