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Svetlana Yudina, M.D.

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Appointment: (585) 335-7179

Office: (585) 335-7179

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Dr. Yudina specializes primarily in abdominal surgery, with a focus on minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques, including diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopies and, her passion, colorectal surgery.

She treats colon and rectal cancers, complicated diverticuloses, anorectal disorders (hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anal abscess, anal warts), pilonidal disease, hernias, benign gallbladder disease, skin lesions, soft tissue masses, appendicitis, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and other general surgical needs.

“Being a surgeon with great interest in colorectal surgery allows me to impact the lives of people suffering from conditions that are oftentimes difficult to discuss, and allows me to interact with patients from a variety of ages and backgrounds,” explains Dr. Yudina. “Cancer and inflammatory bowel disease are extremely challenging adversaries, but nothing is more gratifying to be able to say to a patient, ‘Your cancer is gone.’”




    MD | Saratov State Medical University (Russia)

    Post-doctoral Training & Residency

    08/01/2016 - 07/31/2017
    Fellowship in Surgery (General Surgery) at University of Rochester Medical Center

    07/01/2002 - 06/26/2004
    Residency in Surgery (General Surgery) at Marshall University School of Medicine

    06/24/1999 - 06/30/2002
    Residency in Surgery (General Surgery) at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center

    09/01/1998 - 06/23/1999
    Residency in Psychiatry at University of California-Irvine Medical Center

    08/01/1988 - 07/31/1989
    Internship in Surgery (General Surgery) at First Moscow State Medical University

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    Journal Articles

    Wong GS, Yudina SV, Reyes MCD. "Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy to Curatively Treat Primary Leiomyosarcoma at the Ileocecal Valve." ACG case reports journal.. 2021 Sep; 8(9):e00670. Epub 2021 Oct 05.