We offer our patients therapeutic,
diagnostic and gynecological operations.







Modern technologies make it possible to minimize the traumatic nature of operations, the duration of stay in a medical institution (from 2 to 6 hours) during postoperative recovery.







Diagnostic operations

  • Cervical biopsy

    Taking a small area of the pathologically altered epithelium of the cervix for histological examination; performed under local anesthesia.

  • Endometrial biopsy

    Taking a small area of the uterine mucosa from one or more zones for histological examination; performed under local anesthesia.

  • Echosalpingoscopy

    This is a diagnostic manipulation to determine the patency of the fallopian tubes and the state of the uterine cavity.


    With the help of a thin soft catheter, a solution is injected into the uterine cavity and the condition of the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes is evaluated under the control of an ultrasound device.

    For maximum comfort of the patient, the study is carried out under intravenous anesthesia.

    The duration of echosalpingoscopy is 15-20 minutes.

  • Hysteroscopy, endometrial biopsy

    Hysteroscopy is a modern low-traumatic visual method of diagnosis and treatment.


    At the same time, a thin tube (hysteroscope) with an optical system and a special conductor for instruments is inserted through the cervix into the uterine cavity.

    Thus, we get an enlarged image of the cervical canal and its cavity, and we make a targeted endometrial sample for histological examination.







Medical and diagnostic operations

  • Hysteroresectoscopy

    Hysteroscopy is a modern low-traumatic visual method of diagnosis and treatment.


    At the same time, a thin tube (hysteroscope) with an optical system and a special conductor for instruments is inserted through the cervix into the uterine cavity.

    Thus, we get an enlarged image of the cervical canal and its cavity, which allows us to identify and eliminate intrauterine pathology, remove a foreign body, remove polyps, fibroids, splice, septa, if necessary, supplement it with scraping the mucous membrane of the cervical canal and the uterine cavity for histological examination.

  • Conization of the cervix

    A surgical procedure in which the pathologically altered external (vaginal) part of the cervix and partially the cervical canal in the form of a cone are cut off.


    The resulting material is sent for histological examination. This allows you to clarify the degree and depth of pathological changes and fully eliminate the lesions.

  • Cryoapplication of the cervix

    This is the most non-traumatic way of active treatment of cervical diseases.


    At the same time, a superficial freezing of the cervix is carried out, which leads to further rejection of diseased tissues, and independent replacement with healthy ones.

    The procedure is almost painless, does not require additional anesthesia, and most importantly does not leave scars on the cervix, etc.

    It can be used for nulliparous donors.







Indications for hysteroscopy

- Menstrual cycle disorders (bleeding, poor menstruation, lack of menstruation) in women of reproductive age

- Spotting in postmenopausal

- Endometrial tissue damage (endometrial pathology - polyps, internal endometriosis)

- Infertility

- Repeated miscarriage of pregnancy

- Preparation for the IVF program

- Monitoring the dynamics of treatment for hormonal diseases

- Difficult course of the postpartum period

- Suspicion of the presence of an abnormality of the development of the uterus, synechiae (adhesions) and a septum in the uterine cavity

- Submucous uterine fibroids (diagnostic hysteroscopy)

- Suspected presence of tumors in the uterus

- Clarification of the position of the intrauterine device, removal of IUDs or foreign bodies







Contraindications

• Common infectious and inflammatory diseases (flu, sore throat, acute thrombophlebitis, pyelonephritis, etc.)

• Acute inflammatory diseases of the genital organs

• Vaginal dysbiosis( dysbacteriosis), 4 degree of purity of vaginal smears

• Severe diseases of the cardiovascular system, liver, kidneys in the decompensation stage

• Pregnancy

• Advanced cervical cancer

• Profuse uterine bleeding

Planned hysteroscopy should preferably be performed in the proliferative phase (7-13 days of the menstrual cycle). In order to assess the condition of the endometrium - 3-5 days before menstruation.

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