Minimally invasive gynecology

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Endoscopic and laparoscopic gynecology

Gynecology is a branch of medicine dealing with the treatment of diseases of the female reproductive system, as well as the prevention and prevention of diseases. The causes of these diseases can be genetic defects or birth defects, but also acquired diseases, also caused by infection or trauma. Early diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the reproductive system is extremely important and has a huge impact on women’s health and life. It allows you to prevent not only pain and malaise. Appropriate diagnostics and treatment give women a chance for safe family planning, which for many women can be a very important part of life.

At KCM Clinic, we use the most modern diagnostic methods and methods of treating even the most dangerous diseases of the reproductive system. Many operations are performed laparoscopically in 3D technology, ensuring safety, high quality of the procedure performed and faster recovery of patients.

Our specialists deal with, among others:

  • gynecological laparoscopy in the latest three-dimensional technology
  • treating advanced endometriosis
  • operations on fibroids and other tumors of the uterus and ovaries
  • diagnosis and treatment of infertility

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Due to the health and well-being of our patients, we use a minimally invasive method of diagnostic laparoscopy. Gynecological laparoscopy is a diagnostic and surgical method that allows the examination of a woman’s reproductive organs and, in the case of diagnosing abnormalities, the removal of disease lesions.


Gynecological laparoscopy in 3D technology at KCM Clinic:

  • 3D laparoscopy in the diagnosis of infertility
  • 3D Laparoscopic Ovarian Cyst Removal
  • Laparoscopic removal of the ovary / fallopian tube
  • Laparoscopic TLH removal of the uterus
  • Laparoscopic LSH Removal of the Endometrium
  • Laparoscopic removal of uterine myoma / fibroids
  • Laparoscopic removal of the uterus with lymphadenectomy
  • Laparoscopic radical hysterectomy with lymphadenectomy
  • Laparoscopic surgery of uterine and vaginal prolapse with the use of an implant
  • Laparoscopic surgery in stress urinary incontinence
  • Laparoscopic vesicovaginal fistula surgery
  • Laparoscopic removal of an appendage abscess
  • Laparoscopic microsurgery of fallopian tubes in infertility
  • Laparoscopic fallopian anastomosis after TLR sterilization

Endoscopic procedures – operative hysteroscopy:

  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy with histopath examination
  • Hysteroscopic removal of the uterine polyp
  • Hysteroscopic removal of uterine myoma / fibroids
  • Hysteroscopic removal of the uterine septum
  • Hysteroscopic removal of adhesions (Asherman syndrome)

Endometriosis operations:

  • Laparoscopic surgery of ovarian and fallopian endometriosis
  • Laparoscopic surgery of fallopian tube endometriosis
  • Laparoscopic surgery of deeply infiltrating endometriosis
  • Removal of endometriosis from the scar

Vaginal gynecological operations:

  • Removal of the uterus by the vaginal route
  • Cervical amputation
  • Vaginoplasty
  • Anterior and posterior vaginal and perineal plasty
  • Uterine prolapse surgery
  • Correction of stress urinary incontinence using the Kelly-Kennedy method

Aesthetic gynecology:

  • Labia surgery – labiaplasty
  • Hymen restoration – hymenoplasty

How to prepare for a stay in our hospital?

The duration of illness and stay in any hospital is inherently stressful and therefore it is important to limit its duration to the necessary minimum. All patients presenting for surgery are asked to follow the following rules:

  • The patient is informed about the dates of performing all required examinations of the procedure in the Hospital Registration
  • The patient should arrive at the hospital on time and on time, on the date agreed during the qualification visit or provided by the Hospital Registration employee
  • Patients who have been informed that the date of surgery is on the same day as the date of admission, are asked to come to the hospital on an empty stomach (eating and drinking is not allowed 6 hours before the scheduled date of surgery). In exceptional cases, with the consent or on the recommendation of a physician, other, individually prepared procedures are possible

What should the patient have with him on the day of the procedure?

  • referral to the hospital
  • documents necessary to complete the formalities related to admission to the hospital (ID card, valid insurance card, in the case of retirees and pensioners, a pensioner card
  • if it is necessary to issue a form of incapacity for work – the employer’s tax identification number
  • all test results, X-ray pictures, etc., discharge cards and other medical documents,
    patients suffering from other diseases are asked to take all the medications they use in their original packaging
  • of course, it is necessary to take with you to the hospital: personal toiletries, comfortable footwear for a change, pijamas, bathrobe and a towel

Are the treatments reimbursed by the National Health Fund?

At KCM Clinic, operations and hospital treatments, diagnostic tests and a gynecological clinic are privately available to patients and are not reimbursed.

Treatment information

Due to the health and well-being of our patients, we use a minimally invasive method of diagnostic laparoscopy. Gynecological laparoscopy is a diagnostic and surgical method that allows the examination of a woman’s reproductive organs and, in the case of diagnosing abnormalities, the removal of disease lesions.


Gynecological laparoscopy in 3D technology at KCM Clinic:

  • 3D laparoscopy in the diagnosis of infertility
  • 3D Laparoscopic Ovarian Cyst Removal
  • Laparoscopic removal of the ovary / fallopian tube
  • Laparoscopic TLH removal of the uterus
  • Laparoscopic LSH Removal of the Endometrium
  • Laparoscopic removal of uterine myoma / fibroids
  • Laparoscopic removal of the uterus with lymphadenectomy
  • Laparoscopic radical hysterectomy with lymphadenectomy
  • Laparoscopic surgery of uterine and vaginal prolapse with the use of an implant
  • Laparoscopic surgery in stress urinary incontinence
  • Laparoscopic vesicovaginal fistula surgery
  • Laparoscopic removal of an appendage abscess
  • Laparoscopic microsurgery of fallopian tubes in infertility
  • Laparoscopic fallopian anastomosis after TLR sterilization

Endoscopic procedures – operative hysteroscopy:

  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy with histopath examination
  • Hysteroscopic removal of the uterine polyp
  • Hysteroscopic removal of uterine myoma / fibroids
  • Hysteroscopic removal of the uterine septum
  • Hysteroscopic removal of adhesions (Asherman syndrome)

Endometriosis operations:

  • Laparoscopic surgery of ovarian and fallopian endometriosis
  • Laparoscopic surgery of fallopian tube endometriosis
  • Laparoscopic surgery of deeply infiltrating endometriosis
  • Removal of endometriosis from the scar

Vaginal gynecological operations:

  • Removal of the uterus by the vaginal route
  • Cervical amputation
  • Vaginoplasty
  • Anterior and posterior vaginal and perineal plasty
  • Uterine prolapse surgery
  • Correction of stress urinary incontinence using the Kelly-Kennedy method

Aesthetic gynecology:

  • Labia surgery – labiaplasty
  • Hymen restoration – hymenoplasty
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How to prepare for a stay in our hospital?

The duration of illness and stay in any hospital is inherently stressful and therefore it is important to limit its duration to the necessary minimum. All patients presenting for surgery are asked to follow the following rules:

  • The patient is informed about the dates of performing all required examinations of the procedure in the Hospital Registration
  • The patient should arrive at the hospital on time and on time, on the date agreed during the qualification visit or provided by the Hospital Registration employee
  • Patients who have been informed that the date of surgery is on the same day as the date of admission, are asked to come to the hospital on an empty stomach (eating and drinking is not allowed 6 hours before the scheduled date of surgery). In exceptional cases, with the consent or on the recommendation of a physician, other, individually prepared procedures are possible

What should the patient have with him on the day of the procedure?

  • referral to the hospital
  • documents necessary to complete the formalities related to admission to the hospital (ID card, valid insurance card, in the case of retirees and pensioners, a pensioner card
  • if it is necessary to issue a form of incapacity for work – the employer’s tax identification number
  • all test results, X-ray pictures, etc., discharge cards and other medical documents,
    patients suffering from other diseases are asked to take all the medications they use in their original packaging
  • of course, it is necessary to take with you to the hospital: personal toiletries, comfortable footwear for a change, pijamas, bathrobe and a towel

Are the treatments reimbursed by the National Health Fund?

At KCM Clinic, operations and hospital treatments, diagnostic tests and a gynecological clinic are privately available to patients and are not reimbursed.

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