The level is above average. Cardiologist Murat Yalchin is a professional. Many thanks to him. The condition in the wards is good, sin to complain. And the staff is great. But the most important thing in my treatment is all the merit of the coordinator doctor Katerina Bonko. Many thanks to her. She treated me to a familiar person with a soul. And this is rare in our time. Thank you Katia.
Professor Boris Pfaffenbach is a medical expert who specializes in gastroenterology, oncology and diabetes treatment. He heads the Department for Gastroenterology, Oncology and Internal Medicine at the Medical Center in Solingen and treats the following disorders:
- peptic ulcer;
- inflammations of gastrointestinal tract, including autoimmune processes (Crohn's disease, nonspecific ulcerative colitis);
- liver and bile ducts pathologies: hepatitis, hepatosis, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstone disease;
- surgical treatment of malignant tumors in esophagus, stomach, bowel, pancreas and liver;
- conservative treatment of gastroenterological diseases, including in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Education and working experience
Boris Pfaffenbach graduated from Ruhr University Bochum and obtained his medical license in 1990. In 2003 he defended his PhD in Medicine and received the status of Professor.
Starting from 2003 till present time Prof. Pfaffenbach has been working at the Medical Center in Solingen.
Scientific activities and membership
Dr. Pfaffenbach is an author and co-author of over 130 publications. He is a member of following associations:
- German Association of Gastroenterologists
- European Society of Gastroenterologists
- German Society of Dietitians
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