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AMPUTATION OF THE CERVIX, UTERUS, OR UTERUS AND ADNEXA

This operation involves the removal of a portion (the neck) or all of the cervix (with its adnexa or without them). The procedure helps to stop a disease that might endanger the health or life of the patient.

The procedure, depending on the nature of the ailment and individual factors, is performed using an abdominal or vaginal approach. The surgeon cuts out tissue fragments affected by the disease, leaving in place those that are healthy. The surgeon then joins the remaining portions of the uterus with ...
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ANTERIOR OR POSTERIOR VAGINOPLASTY

Vaginoplasty is a procedure performed on patients with abnormalities of the anatomy of the vagina that may be congenital or due to trauma. This surgery restores the correct shape of the organ, which allows the patient to return to their normal functioning

Depending on the nature of the problem of a particular patient, the anterior or the posterior wall of the vagina is corrected. A special prosthesis may be used to increase stiffness and achieve the correct shape of the organ. During the surgery, the surgeon will also remove scars ...
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TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF BLADDER TUMOUR (TURBT)

TURBT allows the doctor to remove cancerous changes from the inside of the bladder in a minimally invasive manner. This procedure also removes the tumour tissues, leaving the bladder structurally intact.

The procedure involves inserting an electroresector through the urethra into the bladder, allowing the doctor to visually localise the tumour, which is then excised using a special loop. After the growths are removed, the resulting bleeding is controlled using coagulation. After excision, the tumour is sent to a ...
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TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF PROSTATE TUMOURS (TURP)

Electroresection of a prostate tumour is a minimally invasive endoscopic method of treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia. The procedure removes excess prostate tissue without the need for major surgery.

The procedure involves inserting a resector through the patient’s urethra into the prostate. The surgeon will then use the device to resect overgrown tissues from the centre of the gland, leaving its walls intact. The whole procedure is performed under anaesthesia. After the procedure, the patient stays in ...
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