Dr Ferdinand-Kalemba Kambile, MD - Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University Russia  - Dr

Dr Ferdinand-Kalemba Kambile

MD

Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University Russia

Dr

Ryazan, Ryazanskaya Oblast | Russian Federation

Main Specialties: Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, Thoracic Surgery, Thoracic Surgery-Integrated, Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Vascular Surgery

Additional Specialties: Cardiovascular and thoracic surgery

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Dr Ferdinand-Kalemba Kambile, MD - Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University Russia  - Dr

Dr Ferdinand-Kalemba Kambile

MD

Introduction

Open minded, passionate about my job and researching to improve QoL.

Primary Affiliation: Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University Russia - Ryazan, Ryazanskaya Oblast , Russian Federation

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Education

Sep 2018
Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University
Residency
Thoracic surgery
Sep 2016
Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University
Residency
Cardiovascular surgery
Sep 2016
Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University
MD
General medicine
Sep 2010
Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University
MD
General medicine

Experience

Sep 2015
Ryazan State I.P.Pavlov Medical University. International Students Council
President
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS COUNCIL (SRC)
May 2014
National Union of Ghanaian Students in the Russian Federation
Vice President
NUGS RUSSIA

Publications

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Metastatic Heart Tumor under the Guise of Hemorrhagic Pericarditis

Trushin, Sergey Nikolaevich, Aleksey Vladimirovich Mikheev, Aleksey Vladimirovich Botov, Aleksey Sergeivich Andryushin, and Ferdinand-kalemba Mwinikumah Kambile. Metastatic Heart Tumor under the Guise of Hemorrhagic Pericarditis. Vol. 14, Issue 1, JAN – MAR 2020: Pakistan Journal of Medical and Heal

Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences

ABSTRACT

Tumors of the heart are rare diseases. Diagnosis of these diseases poses great difficulties to clinicians. Amongst those who died of malignant tumors, the frequency of heart metastasis is 5%. Out of these, most entities are diagnosed with autopsy. This is due to the erased clinical picture which is mostly represented by non-specific symptoms. Even the use of the latest instrumental research methods does not accurately diagnose this 

pathology. Tumors of the heart can be primary and secondary. Primary are extremely rare, whereas secondary (metastatic) are 40 times more common. Heart metastasis can be carried out in several ways: from neighbouring organs, through the inferior vena cava or pulmonary veins, in a lymphogenous and haematogenous manner. This article provides a clinical example of a metastatic tumor of the heart. The patient was referred to the thoracic 

department with diagnosis of haemorrhagic pericarditis. During pericardioscopy, a dense formation was detected 

on the anterior surface of the myocardium. The patient needed further evaluation at the oncological dispensary / 

diagnostics Centre. This clinical case outlines the absence of specific symptoms of cardiovascular system and a rare pathway of metastasis.

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March 2020
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