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Gynecology Department of Caucasus Medical Center is unique in its capabilities. Gynecology is one of the most demanding areas in our clinic.
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The gynecological department of The Caucasus Medical Center is staffed with highly qualified personnel; the Head of the depatment is Doctor of Medicine, member of the Association of Gynecologists-Endoscopists of Russia and Europe, Vadim Khatiashvili. The main advantage of The Caucasus Medical Center is performing of complex surgical procedures by laparoscopic and endoscopic methods. The clinic has all the conditions for providing qualified services to the patients, and offers the following therapeutic and diagnostic procedures in 24-hour regime:

Mthods of diagnostic research:
  • Pap test;
  • Pipelle endometrial biopsy
  • Colposcopy;
  • Cervical biopsy;
  • Electronic conization of the cervix by coagulation. Partial and complete cervical resection, coagulation, cervical cryodestruction;
  • Endometrial aspiration biopsy;
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasonography;
  • Magnetic resonance imaging of the pelvic cavity;
  • Ultrasound study using 3D and 4DD technologies

Gynecological laparoscopy and laparotomy:

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome;
  • Ovarian cysts of various genesis (endometrioitic cyst, dermoid cyst);
  • Operations on the fallopian tubes (hydrosalpinx, sactosalpinx, pyosalpinx, hematosalpinx, healing process);
  • Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis;
  • Ectopic pregnancy / surgical treatment;
  • Ovarian cyst apoplexy;
  • Total and subtotal hysterectomy of the uterus;
  • All types of operations in case deep endometriosis (resection of endometrioid heterotopies, intestinal resection);
  • Uterine malformations, extirpation of the rudimentary horn;
  • All types of endoscopic operations for infertility, nodular uterine myoma / conservative myomectomy.

Radical operations by both laparoscopic and laparotomic methods:

  • Complete and incomplete uterovaginal prolapse (prolapse of the uterus, promontofixation);
  • Stress urinary incontinence;
  • TVT operations using a grid;
  • Cystocele-Rectocele (hysterectomy, anteroposterior colporaphia, perineoraphia).


  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy;
  • Uterine polyp;
  • Cervical polyp;
  • Submucous uterine myoma; resection of submucous myoma;
  • Endometrial hyperplasia;
  • Hyperplasia of endometrial glands.
  • Endometrial resection and ablation;
  • Uterine malformations - uterine cavity septum;
  • Polypectomy.