General and Carcinological Surgery in Tunisia

General surgery deals with the most frequent surgical pathologies and can be, in most cases, supported on an outpatient basis. This prevents hospitalization, without jeopardizing patient safety. Organizational benefits and surgical management in a short timeframe allows the patient to receive optimal treatment.


General Surgery in Tunisia

  • Cure a hernia (inguinal, femoral, umbilical)
  • Cure a hernia
  • Treatment of cholelithiasis or colonoscopy

Cancer surgery in Tunisia

  • Breast lump
  • Mastectomy + lymph node dissection
  • Placement of an implantable site

Vascular surgery in Tunisia

  • Varicose vein surgery

Pediatric surgery in Tunisia

  • Cure a hernia
  • Treatment of hypospadias

Urological Surgery in Tunisia

  • Treatment of varicocele
  • Resection of prostatic adenoma

Gynecological surgery in Tunisia

  • Surgery for uterine fibroids
  • Hysterectomy


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