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Venereology is the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, which may be from bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic origins. Venereal diseases, because of their location, may cause serious threats to health and even the life of the patient; therefore, if you see some alarming symptoms, such as itching, pain, rash, or skin changes, you must react immediately.
Despite the fact that venereology is a discipline that focuses on venereal diseases, the majority of people are embarrassed and hindered from visiting a doctor. However, you should keep in mind that curing diseases of this type is often possible, and each day of delay exacerbates the disease. The longer infections go untreated, the longer and more serious will the treatment be once treatment is begun. A properly chosen therapy also eliminates the discomfort associated with venereal diseases.
You should visit the venereologist whenever there is an alarming symptom on the skin in or around the genitals, such as the following:
A consultant venerologist, after the initial consultation with the patient and conducting an interview in order to confirm the diagnosis, may recommend that the patient carry out specific laboratory tests. These tests are completely safe and painless, and their performance can determine the presence of different types of bacteria, protozoa, viruses, or fungi, the existence of which causes morbidity – including human papilloma virus – HPV.
Sexually transmitted diseases are caused by infections that are passed from one person to another during sexual contact. These infections often do not cause any symptoms. The most common is an infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, but also syphilis, gonorrhoea, chancroid, non-gonococcal urethritis, lymphogranuloma venerum, donovanosis, and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). In addition to those mentioned, during sexual intercourse, other infections may also be passed, including contagious diseases and parasites-related diseases. Their diagnosis is based on the use of one of the following methods: direct bacteriological examination, culture, the serological method, or the enzyme-immunoassay method.
Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, which results from the HVP virus, is a fully treatable disease. Eruptions of irregular shape can be treated with one of several methods, selected individually for each case. Complications of the virus occur in approx. 1% of the population, which is a carrier of HPV, and lesions occur most frequently on intimate places. Although these changes are not painful, their occurrence causes a huge discomfort, so it is important to diagnose them and take appropriate treatment, because they may cause many serious diseases if left untreated.
Cryosurgery is a treatment performed using nitrous oxide, which is a gas of a temperature of -89°C, which can be found in the offer of our clinic. A low temperature allows us to freeze, or destruct skin tissue affected by the process of the excessive and abnormal growth of the epidermis of the dermis. During the procedure, the vessels of the skin are changed as a result of the freezing of the diseased state of the tissue.
In our clinics we have high standard medical equipment, which guarantees safety and precision of treatments.
Our experienced doctors are specialized in many fields of medicine and apply modern methods of treatment at our medical facilities.
Our doctors may be distinguished by an exceptional approach towards patients. They treat each patient individually and with great attention.
We respect our patients’ time through intelligent systems of registration that solves the problem of standing in queue.
This practice complies with the Data Protection Act (1998) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. This means that we will ensure that your information is processed fairly and lawfully.
• Your past and current medical and dental condition; personal details such as your age, address, telephone number and your general medical practitioner
• We may need to request details of your NHS number and entitlement to healthcare treatment
• Radiographs, clinical photographs, ultrasound imaging and study models
• Information about the treatment that we have provided or propose and its cost
• Notes of conversations or incidents that might occur for which a record needs to be kept
• Records of consent to treatment
• Any correspondence relating to you with other health care professionals, for example in the hospital or community services.
We need to keep accurate personal data about patients in order to provide you with safe and appropriate dental care.
We are required to retain your medical records, ultrasound imaging, X- rays and study models while you are a patient of this practice and after you cease to be a patient, for at least eleven years or until age 25, whichever is the longer.
Your information is held in the practice’s computer system. The information is only accessible to authorised personnel. Personal information will not be removed from this practice without the patients authorised consent. Your personal information is carefully protected by the staff at this practice. All access to information is held securely and can only be accessed by regularly changed passwords. Data is encrypted and computer terminals are closed if unattended.
In order to provide proper and safe dental care to:
• Your general medical practitioner
• The hospital or community dental services
• Other health professionals caring for you
• Private dental schemes of which you are a member.
Disclosure will take place on a ‘need-to-know’ basis, so that only those individuals/organisations who need to know in order to provide care to you (whose personnel are covered by strict confidentiality rules) will be given the information. Only information that the recipient needs to know will be disclosed.
In very limited circumstances or when required by law or a court order, personal data may have to be disclosed to a third party not connected with your health care. In all other situations, disclosure that is not covered by this Code of Practice will only occur when we have your specific consent. Where possible you will be informed of these requests for disclosure.