Dr. Dimo Dimov
Dr. Dimov Dimov is a resident surgeon to the first clinic of surgery. Study medicine in Medical University of Varna. He graduated in 1987. He started his clinical practice in surgical Department in the Regional Hospital in the Tutrakan. He specialized in general surgery First clinic of surgery in Varna. After the acquisition of the specialty of general surgery in 1991, Dr. Dimo DIMOV practice in the hospitals in the Tutrakan and Balchik. In the hospital of Balchik was appointed to the post of head of the Department of surgery. In 1996 and 2002 specializes in succession visceral and miniinvasive surgery and Traumatology in hospital of Zug, Switzerland, thereby acquiring certificates evidencing its ability to perform these treatments. Since 2007 is part of the team of First Clinic of General and Operative Surgery of the University Hospital “St. Marina“
She speaks perfect Russian and German.
The main directions and interests are focused on diseases of the colon (cancer, benign and inflammatory), endoscopic diagnostics, as well as diseases of the hepatobiliary system.
- Diseases of the upper gastrointestinal (UGI) – oesophagus, stomach, duodenum.
- Ulcer of stomach and duodenum and its complications – pilornastenoza, etc.
- Endoscopic therapy of esophageal constrictions
- Emergency condition requiring treatment ednoskopsko
- Varices of esophagus
- Diseases of the lower gastrointestinal tract – thin and thick intestines, proctology
- Cancer of colon and rectum
- Diverticula of the colon
- Intraabdiminalni abscesses
- Tumors of the small intestine
- Anal fissures
- Anal Fistulas
- Biliary-hepatic surgery
- Gallbladder stones
- Stones of bile duct
- Hernias of the abdominal wall
- Inguinal hernias
- Postoperative hernia
- Recidive hernia
- Surgical diseases of the spleen
- Retroperitoneal tumors
- Emergency surgery
- Diseases of the skin and skin appendages
- Pylonidal cysts
- The Bulgarian surgical society (BHD)
- Professional organization of surgeons in Bulgaria
- Union of scientists in Bulgaria
- American Medical Association