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Personal and empathetic medicine
Many operations can be carried out as outpatients using hysteroscopy (uterine endoscopy). The hysteroscopy helps to find the causes of bleeding disorders and abnormal results from an ultrasound examination if, for example, the difference between a myoma in the womb, polyps and endometrial cancer has to be identified.
A laparoscopy, also called an abdominoscopy, is the name for a method that makes visible the abdominal cavity and the organs within this using special rod lenses (rigid endoscopy) using small openings in the abdominal wall, made by surgeons. This can be used to treat diseases of the ovaries and the fallopian tubes. This method can also be used to operate on the womb.
Breast operations incl. reconstruction
Operations are carried out on benign breast tumours and on malignant diseases after individual consultations. Breast reconstruction is also available. Further oncological therapy (chemotherapy, anti-hormonal therapy and radiotherapy) is carried out in close cooperation with the Medical University of Graz.
For malignant diseases of the female sexual organs, an individual treatment plan will be prepared with you after an assessment of all the available results. Further oncological therapy is carried out in close cooperation with the Medical University of Graz.
Urinary incontinence operations
After discussing your urodynamic results you will be offered the best possible therapy, which could be conservative measures, such as pelvic floor exercises, or surgical measures, such as a urethral sling (TVT). A physiotherapist is available at the clinic for post-operative care.
Depending on the disease affecting the womb, an abdominal hysterectomy is offered, either through the vagina or through a laparoscopy.