GENESIS has 6 cutting-edge technology operating rooms equipped with the most recent endoscopic technology, as well as a 6-bed postoperative Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to support cases requiring intensive medical monitoring.
Acknowledging that the future of surgery lies in less invasive treatment approaches, we launched the Department of Gynecological Endoscopy, where laparoscopic and hysteroscopic operations are performed with the most modern methods and minimal length of stay.
Gynecological Endoscopy has expanded the scope of gynecological disease diagnosis and treatment. It also has the significant benefit of only requiring a short hospital stay after the operation and ensuring fast resumption of daily activities.
Laparoscopy: Keyhole Surgery. Using a thin camera that enters the abdomen, your gynecologist is allowed to view your uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It is often the surgical therapy of choice for the treatment of endometriosis or ectopic-extrauterine pregnancy, removal of ovarian cysts as well as uterine leiomyomas/adenoids, infertility treatment, or for adhesiolysis in the adnexa-fallopian tubes. Laparoscopy has evolved into a safe routine procedure and your doctor can explain to you both its benefits and potential complications. Ask your gynecologist for details about the indications and contra-indications of laparoscopy as well as any potential risks related to your medical history.
Hysteroscopy: With a variety of indications, hysteroscopy is also a common gynecological endoscopic procedure. In hysteroscopy, a tiny camera is inserted into the endometrial cavity from the woman’s vagina to facilitate invasive procedures like diaphragm lysis, endometrial polyp removal, or removal of fibroids or endometrial polyps in addition to performing a simple uterine cavity examination. It is often carried out as part of an investigation into primary or secondary female infertility issues. Consult your gynecologist for more details on the indications for hysteroscopy and its potential complications.