Currently, minimally invasive surgeries have become the choice for many doctors and patients because of their low risk and rapid recovery.
CEFRA offers Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy.
It is a technique that allows good visualization during various gynecological procedures (within the peritoneal cavity) through an optical instrument called a laparoscope. Laparoscopy is performed in the operating room under general anesthesia. Procedures usually last one hour and then the patient recovers for a few hours before being discharged.
Minimal postoperative stay. Less postoperative pain and therefore, lower consumption of analgesic drugs. Rapid recovery of the patient. Optimal Cosmetic results (less scarring).
- Adherence syndrome
- Uterine malformations
- Tubal ectopic pregnancy
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Pelvic tumors
- Uterine miomatosis
Hysteroscopy is the exploration of the uterine cavity. It is done through the vagina and cervix and does not require opening the skin.
The most frequent interventions via hysteroscopy are the removal of polyps and myomas. Malformations, such as uterine walls or septum can be easily corrected, avoiding extensive abdominal surgeries.