Da Vinci Robotic Surgery
Da Vinci robotic surgery can aid patients with infertility improving uterine fibroids, ovarian masses, pelvic adhesions and tubal reversal surgery.
Tubal Ligation Reversal
A tubal ligation reversal can reopen the fallopian tubes to allow the normal reproduction process to occur, restoring a woman's fertility.
Laparoscopy Infertility Treatment
Laparoscopy is often used to correct abnormalities such as endometriosis, performed in cases of unexplained infertility or where tubal disease is suspected.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Common minimally invasive surgery procedures to treat infertility are laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. Less scarring and recovery time are main benefits.
If a woman is having difficulty achieving pregnancy, blocked fallopian tubes may be the cause and tubal surgery can be used for fertility treatment.
Hysteroscopy is used to check the shape, size, and lining of the uterus and to diagnose and treat abnormalities affecting fertility or causing miscarriages.
Surgical removal of the cervix (but not the rest of the uterus). A radical trachelectomy is the removal of the cervix and surrounding tissue,...
Toluidine Blue Dye Test
This test is used to evaluate abnormal changes in the vulva. The dye is applied on the vulva and causes skin with precancerous or...
This X-ray test is used to identify fallopian tube disease or obstructions. A fine catheter is passed into the fallopian tube, then dye is...
Fluid-Contrast Ultrasound (FCUS)
This procedure is an adaptation of a standard pelvic ultrasound. It is used to evaluate the lining of the uterus and the uterine cavity.
A tonsillectomy is removing of one or both tonsils. Your tonsils are at the back of the mouth. They help fight infections.
prostatectomy is removing all or part of the prostate gland. The prostate is the sex gland in men that surrounds the neck of the bladder and urethra.
A partial colectomy is removing part of the large intestine (colon). This may be done to treat cancer of the colon or inflammatory conditions...
A mastectomy is removing all or part of the breast. Mastectomies are usually done to treat breast cancer. There are several types of mastectomies.
Low back pain surgery
Low back pain can have many causes. These include abnormal backbone structure, stress on the back, injury, or a physical disorder that affects the...
Inguinal hernia repair
Inguinal hernias are when the small intestine bulges through a weak area in the lower abdominal muscles.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure used to help diagnose and treat many uterine disorders. The hysteroscope is a tool to help the healthcare provider see...
A hysterectomy is surgery to remove a woman's uterus. This may be done through an incision in the abdomen, through small incisions and a...
A hemorrhoidectomy is surgery to remove hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are distended veins in the lower rectum or anus.
Free skin graft
A skin graft involves removing healthy skin from one part of the body to repair areas of lost or damaged skin in another part...
Dilation and curettage (D&C)
A D&C is a minor surgery where the cervix is expanded (dilated). The surgeon can then scrape the cervical canal and uterine lining. The...
Debridement of wound, burn, or infection
Debridement involves removing foreign material from a wound or burn. Or it may involve removing dead, damaged, or infected tissue from a wound or...
Coronary artery bypass
This surgery is commonly called bypass surgery. It is done if you have chest pain (angina) and coronary artery disease.
A cholecystectomy is surgery to remove the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a pear-shaped sac near the right lobe of the liver. The gallbladder holds...
Cesarean section, or c-section, is delivering a baby by making an incision through the mother's abdomen and uterus.
Cataracts cloud the normally clear lens of the eyes. Cataract surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with a clear artificial lens.
Carotid endarterectomy is a surgery to remove blockage from carotid arteries. These arteries are in the neck. They supply blood to the brain. Left...
A biopsy is a test used to help diagnose cancer. The surgeon removes a small sample of tissue or cells. The sample is looked...
An appendectomy is removing the appendix. The appendix is a small structure shaped like a tube that branches off the large intestine.
MRI scan, CT scan, or ultrasound test
Imaging tests, such as an MRI scan, CT scan, or ultrasound test
Lung function tests
Pulmonary function tests are a group of tests that measure breathing and how well the lungs are functioning.
colonoscopy or upper endoscopy
Tests that look at the lining of your bowels or stomach, such as a colonoscopy or upper endoscopy
complete blood count (CBC)
Blood tests such as a complete blood count (CBC) and kidney, liver, and blood sugar tests
Surgery is also done to lower the risk of getting cancer. For example, doctors often suggest the removal of precancerous polyps in the colon...
After the main surgery to remove a tumor, people may choose to have another surgery to restore the body's appearance or function. This is called reconstructive or plastic surgery.
Palliative surgery relieves side effects caused by a tumor. It greatly improves the quality of life for people with advanced cancer or widespread disease.
Sometimes, the surgeon cannot remove the entire tumor. Or removing it might cause too much damage to the body. In these cases, surgery is...
Surgery is most commonly used to remove the tumor and some of the nearby healthy tissue.
Staging surgery is used to find out the size of the tumor and if or where the cancer has spread.
For most types of cancer, a biopsy is the main way to diagnose cancer. During a surgical biopsy, the surgeon makes a cut, called...