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Gynecology

Gynecological services performed:

  • diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases;
  • diagnosis of menstrual disorders;
  • diagnosis of menopausal disorders;
  • hormone replacement therapy in the menopausal period;
  • early diagnosis of pregnancy;
  • family planning and contraception;
  • diagnosis and treatment of cervical pathology;
  • video colposcopy;
  • biopsy;
  • radio frequency surgery;
  • gynecological transvaginal ultrasound;
  • outpatient surgeries are performed with intravenous anesthesia;
  • diagnosis and treatment of sexually and asexually transmitted urinary tract and genital infections;

GYNECOLOGICAL OUTPATIENT OPERATIONS

Suction of the uterine lining – the operation is performed on suspicion or in the presence of uterine pathology (uterine mucosal dilatation, uterine mucosal polyps, irregular uterine bleeding, etc.). It is performed by vacuuming the contents of the uterine cavity, which is examined histologically. General analgesia is used.

Biopsy of cervix, vagina, external genitalia – collection and histological examination of altered tissue of the cervix, vagina or external genitalia in the presence of pathology of these organs. The altered part of the tissue is cut with an electric loop or scalpel. The procedure is performed with local or general analgesia.

Twisting of the cervical polyp – Removal of a cervical polyp (growth) usually with concomitant cervical aspiration. The resulting tissues are examined histologically. The procedure is performed with general analgesia.

Treatment of genital warts – removal of genital lesions by cutting them with an electric loop. The procedure is performed without analgesia or with local anesthesia.

The ten most common sexually transmitted infections:

  • chlamydia trachomatis;
  • ureaplasma urealyticum;
  • mycoplasma hominis;
  • mycoplasma genitalium;
  • gardnerella vaginalis;
  • trichomonas vaginalis;
  • neisseria gonorrhoeae;
  • candida albicans, spp.
  • herpes simplex virusas (HSV)
  • High-risk human papillomavirus (HPV)

Consequences of sexually transmitted diseases:

  • infertility - up to 60%;
  • ectopic pregnancy - up to 10 k. more often than not the sick;
  • chronic abdominal pain - up to 20%;
  • adhesions in a small bowl;
  • inflammation of the joints;
  • premature drainage and childbirth;
  • postpartum uterine inflammation;
  • neonatal pneumonia - up to 50%;
  • neonatal eye inflammation - up to 50%;