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Gynaecology Subspecialties and Treatment

Gynaecology is a medical specialty that takes care of the health of women throughout their lives. Treats diseases of the female reproductive system and is dedicated to preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases related to the breasts, ovaries, and uterus.

Subspecialties of Gynaecology

  • General Gynaecology: This unit is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological diseases such as infections, endometriosis, menstrual dysfunctions, cancer, prolapse, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia, infertility, among others. For its evaluation, an intimate physical examination is used.
  • Fertility: Specialty that evaluates the causes and treatments of infertility in women.
  • Climacteric: During the transition period before menopause, women begin to experience changes resulting from ovarian exhaustion. During this period, you should see the gynaecological specialist who will evaluate your ability to produce hormones, follicles, and oocytes.
  • Adolescent Gynaecology: Aimed at women between 12 and 24 years old who need specialized care during adolescence, in favor of self-care and prevention of pathologies. The main reasons for consultations in this area are the first gynaecological check-up, irregularities in the menstrual cycle, genital malformations, sexual orientation, family planning, and genital and sexually transmitted infections.
  • gynaecological Oncology: gynaecological oncology is oriented to the knowledge, study, and treatment of malignant diseases that affect the female reproductive organs. Among the most common cancers are cervical, ovary, and corpus uteri, and to a lesser extent, those localized such as trophoblast disease.
  • Perinatology: Maternal-fetal medicine is responsible for caring for high-risk pregnancies, including surgery on the fetus to reduce morbidity and mortality. The perinatologist is the specialist in this area and is the one who will determine the risk factors, in addition to being in charge of diagnosing fetal, morphological, or functional malformations of the fetus, among others.
  • Breast Pathologies: Covers benign and malignant breast disorders such as fibrocystic breast disease, fibroadenomas, breast microcalcifications, mastitis, and breast cancer.
  • Human Sexuality: gynaecological specialists attend to the doubts and concerns that are generated around human sexuality.
  • Breast Cancer: Breast cancer is a disease caused by the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the breast. There are two stages of cancer growth:
    • Localized: Cancer cells remain in the part of the body where they first developed.
    • Metastasized: When cancer cells spread to other parts of the body through the blood or lymphatic system.
  • Cervical Cancer: Cervical cancer is a tumor originate from a malignant transformation of its cells. Worldwide, it is the second most common cancer in women aged 15 to 44 years. In any case, there are many differences with respect to developed and developing countries. In developed countries, it ranks fifth in frequency, while in undeveloped countries, it is second.

At Sanjeevini Hospital, we have the best offer of specialists in Gynaecology and Obstetrics, offering quality care in all subspecialties. At Sanjeevini Hospital, we fight every day to prevent more cases of cervical cancer. Join our effort by getting this message to the women around you, and, together, we will be able to save the lives of many women. Their specialized units are made up of prestigious professionals at the service of your needs. If you notice that something is wrong, contact us at Sanjeevini Hospital.

Gynaecology Treatment Services Offered at Sanjeevini Hospital

Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus of a woman. A hysterectomy stops menstruation and makes it impossible to get pregnant again. Occasionally, surgery may remove the ovaries and fallopian tubes. When both ovaries are removed, menopause begins.

Endometriosis Treatment

Endometriosis is a benign disease that affects women in their reproductive life. If the endometrium on the outside of the uterus does not develop properly, the endometrium can settle anywhere in the abdomen. Endometriosis is an unpredictable evolutionary process. Some women have small implants that do not change, while others can develop extensively in the pelvis. It is an inflammatory disease that causes adhesions between organs.

How our Experts Diagnose Endometriosis

Ultrasound is the basic technique that first points out the diagnosis of endometriosis. The picture is relatively typical: a particular pattern of ovarian cysts.

Blood tests are also done, but they are not routinely used in diagnostic protocols. Recent studies have shown an increase in blood CA-125 markers in women with endometriosis, but not all women with endometriosis suffer from changes in this marker.

Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that allows you to see the inside of the abdomen. In younger patients, especially when fertility is the goal, the goal is to eliminate the disease while maintaining as much healthy tissue as possible.

Myomectomy

Uterine fibroids are abnormal masses of smooth muscle tissue in and around the uterus, and in some cases in the cervix. Comprehensive care including a wide range of consultation and treatment options, from routine preventive testing to state-of-the-art diagnosis Treatment options for obstetrics and Gynaecology problems of all ages.

The department also provides regular pregnancy monitoring, including various diagnostic and screening procedures to identify potential fetal problems and their proper growth and development.

Pap Smear Test

The Pap smear test is a procedure performed to detect cervical cancer in women. Pap smear include collecting cells from the cervix, the lower end of the uterus above the vagina, and the narrow end.

Early detection of cervical cancer with Pap smear test increases the chances of cure. The Pap smear test also detects changes in cells in the cervix that indicate that the cancer may develop in the future. Early detection of these abnormal cells in Pap smears is the first step in preventing the formation of cervical cancer. If the Pap smear test is abnormal, our doctor may perform a procedure called colposcopy. Our Doctors may also remove tissue samples (biopsies) from areas that appear to be abnormal. Tissue samples are then sent to the laboratory for analysis and definitive diagnosis.

The department also provides regular pregnancy monitoring, including various diagnostic and screening procedures to identify potential fetal problems and their proper growth and development.


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