Test Papanicolaou

It was invented by George Papanicolaou in 1928 and involves the taking of cells from the surface of the ectocervix, the endocercix and the upper vagina. Then the sample is being seen by the cytologist under the microscope for possible abnormalities and precancerous lesions. It is a painless test. After the examination, women sometimes may notice a few drops of blood from the point of collection. It is normal and you shouldn’t worry at all. Every sexually active woman should be subjected to this test 1once…

Colposcopy

A colposcopy is a procedure that allows a more detailed examination of the cervix using a special microscope called colposcope. During the examination, which is painless, the doctor “paints” the cervix and looks for areas that are responsible for the damaged cells identified on Pap smear.

Thereafter, if there are suspicious areas that require further investigation, is  taking samples of cervical tissue, which means that biopsy samples are sent to the patholoanatomic  laboratory where  essentially  diagnosed. According to the diagnosis is formatted the further plan of treatment, or conservative (most cases) or invasive.

Endometriosis

What we know about endometriosis ENDOMETRIOSIS:  IS  IT  A  DISEASE? Endometrium is called the mucous membrane of the uterus which is connected with the hormone activity during the menstrual cycle. At the beginning of the cycle, the oestrogens secreted from the ovaries result in thickening of the endometrium whereas after ovulation the progesterone secreted from…

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a treatment-monitoring method of endometrial cavity, the interior of the uterus, using a special thin telescope inserted inside the uterus through the vagina and cervix.

It is applicable and evidence in the investigation of a large group of gynecological problems such as uterine bleeding, polyps, fibroids, endometrial adhesions, infertility and  under investigation bleeding in menopause or accidental finding thickene endometrium at ultrasound to exclude endometrial cancer  in combination with therapeutic curettage.

The diagnostic hysteroscopy is performed either to exclude pathology of the uterus or a treatment to give a solution to the problem and treat.

Nuchal translucency

In the third month, specifically between 11th and 14th week of gestation we perform ultrasound for the measurement of thw nuchal translucency, which measurw the thickness of the liquor beneath the skin on the neck of the fetus. If this is found thick, there is increased likelihood syndrome Down. The probability is higher in older women.…

3D-4D Ultrasound

Nowadays, the technology allow us to have three-dimensional imaging of the fetus. The three-dimensional image (3D) resulting from the composition of  two-dimensional images. In more sophisticated machines we can watch the fetus in real time three-dimensional (4D), which means seeing the fetus moving. The advantage of 3D three-dimensional and four dimensional4D ultrasound is that it gives us pleasure to watch the fetus, the developing baby in real time to move in its natural environment. In our dispensary, we enjoy the opportunities in a modern color ultrasound machine SIEMENS X500.The couple is able to watch every appointment of the baby in three-dimensional, moving in four-dimensional live in the area and…

Epidural anesthesia

Nowadays, epidural anesthesia is considered the most effective method of releasing rate from the pain of childbirth. The fact that the woman is awake, in full awareness of confinement while is completely relaxed with no pain, it is a very positive effect, physically and psychologically at her and the fetus. Many studies have shown that epidural anesthesia…