The Department of Endocrinology receives patients suffering from endocrine pathologies such as:

  • diabetes;
  • obesity;
  • growth inhibitions;
  • thyroid pathology;
  • adrenal pathology;
  • pituitary pathology;
  • pathology of the genital glands;

The latest medical technologies are used for the treatment of patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus: constant monitoring of blood glucose, pump-based insulin therapy, and for other endocrine diseases, high-tech treatments are used.

The department also examines and treats children with various cardiovascular diseases:

  • cardiac rhythm disturbances;
  • inflammatory myocardial diseases;
  • cardiomyopathy;
  • arterial hypertension;
  • vegetative-vascular dystonia


  • diabetes;
  • thyroid disease;
  • obesity;
  • pituitary disease;
  • Itsenko-Cushing disease and syndrome;
  • osteoporosis;
  • diseases of the parathyroid glands;
  • pancreatic diseases;
  • lipid metabolism disorders;
  • familial hyperlipidemia;
  • adrenal tumors and other neuroendocrine neoplasias;
  • disorders of sexual development (delay and premature);
  • growth inhibition

Diagnostic methods:

  • hormone testing;
  • ultrasound examination;
  • X-ray analysis;
  • computed tomography (CT);
  • magnetic resonance imaging (MRI);
  • thyroid biopsy;
  • samples to exclude growth hormone insufficiency, Itsenko-Cushing syndrome, hypogonadism, premature sexual development (sample with insulin, diferelin, CGT, dexamethasone, etc.);

Treatment methods:

  • conservative treatment (diet therapy, medication support, physiotherapy and reflexotherapy methods, hormone replacement therapy, compensation monitoring, self-control training, teaching insulin injections, other BSC, use of modern medication);
  • surgical treatment;

Head of department
Elisaveta Dosovitskaya

Head nurse
Elisaveta Zvereva

Contact information:

+7-812-506-06-06 “#1310”, “#1311”


  • Ligovsky prospect, 8

Consultative and diagnostic center: Suvorovsky prospect, 4