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Second Opinion – Oncological surgery

Whatever condition or type of cancer you have. or someone close to you has been diagnosed – ovarian, gastric, liver, colorectal or pancreatic – each diagnosis and treatment plan comes with its own challenges and questions. Invasive or minimally invasive procedures, such as HIPEC, PIPAC, robotic or laparoscopic surgery, are only part of the wide spectrum of therapeutic options available, each with its specificities, advantages and risks. Obtaining a second opinion is crucial to fully understand all aspects of the proposed diagnosis and treatment, including therapeutic alternatives and the latest innovations in the field.

Benefits of getting a second opinion

How do you go about getting a second opinion?

Prepare the patient’s medical record

with all relevant medical information: laboratory reports, medical imaging results, treatment history, etc.

Fill in patient details

in the form below and upload all documents and medical information.

As soon as possible

with all relevant medical information: laboratory reports, medical imaging results, treatment history, etc.

After receiving the reply

You may also opt for a physical consultation (clinical consultation), which is necessary for a correct final decision. During the consultation, you will have the opportunity to discuss all aspects of your diagnosis and proposed treatment, ask questions and fully understand all available treatment options.

Make your decision:

After receiving a second opinion, evaluate the information and options discussed. It is important to weigh the pros and cons of each treatment option in the context of personal needs and values.

Consult with family, friends or trusted advisors if you feel you need additional support in making your decision.

Implementation of the decision:

  • Once you have made your decision, communicate your choice. the medical team that will assist you in implementing your chosen treatment plan.
  • Make sure you fully understand the next steps, necessary appointments and how to prepare for treatment.

Continuous support:

  • Remember that getting a second opinion is not just a step in the treatment process, but part of an ongoing commitment to your health care. Our team remains at your disposal. for any further questions or concerns during treatment.
  • Consider joining a support group for cancer patients to share experiences and receive encouragement from those going through similar situations.

In conclusion, getting a second medical opinion is an essential step for anyone facing a cancer diagnosis, giving you a broader perspective on treatment options and increasing confidence in the final decision made.

The multidisciplinary team led by Dr. Bartoș is here to provide you with access to leading oncology solutions, ensuring you receive the best advice and treatments available and dedicated to supporting each patient in their unique healthcare journey.

Contact us today to start the process of getting a second opinion and make sure you go through this journey with all the information and support you need to make the best choices for your health.

Fill out the form to request a Second Opinion – Oncology Surgery