Her exam was thereby unique in Russia at the time and received much attention. Despite the ban against women studying at University, she was given a special dispensation to study for her willingness to treat women patients who refused to be treated by male doctors because of religious reasons.
Varvara Kashevarova-Rudneva worked in the clinic S.P. Botkina (St. Petersburg). She lived on the Noly Yar farm acquired by her near the settlement of Aleksandrovka, Valuisky district (1881-1889), and provided medical assistance to local residents. Rural impressions are reflected in the "Village Notes" (News, 1889, 19, November 26).
In 1889-1891 she was engaged in private practice in St. Petersburg, since 1891 - in the city of Staraya Russa.
Wrote the autobiographical novel "Pioneer" (News, 1886, 15, September 22). The author of works on gynecology, including the book "The hygiene of the female body in all phases of life" (Kharkov, 1884).