Gynecology and Obstetrics
Dra. Gloria Elena Cruz Piñones M.D.
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It is a clinical procedure that allows a gynecologist to view the inside of the uterus through endoscopy.
It is done in order to obtain a small sample of tissue from the lining of the uterus, called the endometrium.
It is the extraction of the uterus, it can be abdominal or vaginal route
It is a safe and effective method for the termination of pregnancy, which consists of evacuating the contents of the uterus through the use of a manual aspirator.
Climacteric and Menopause
It is a stage of life associated with decreased estrogen production.
HPV diagnosis and treatment
It varies depending on the type of lesion detected, the treatment of a wart, caused by a low-risk virus, will not be the same as the treatment of a precancerous or cancerous lesion, caused by a high-risk virus.
Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery
The intention is to attend through an advanced procedure in surgery, avoiding large scars and damage, offering maximum comfort to the patient and speedy recovery.
Diagnosis and treatment of:
WHAT IS HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS AND ITS TREATMENT?
The human papilloma virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD); it is of great importance in pre-neoplastic lesions and cervical cancer. Worldwide, it is estimated that each year approximately 500,000 new cases of this cancer are diagnosed, of which 83% occur in developing countries. Most infections do not cause symptoms. Worldwide, HPV 16 and 18 are responsible for 70% of all cervical cancers; types 6 and 11 are associated with the development of benign lesions such as warts and condylomata acuminata.
Among the studies for the diagnosis we find the Papanicolaou, PCR, Colposcopy, and Biopsy of the cervix. There is no cure for HPV in itself, but there are medical treatments that depend on the severity and extent of the injury caused by HPV, such as cryotherapy, electrosurgery, cervical cone, laser and even hysterectomy.
Currently, there are registered recombinant prophylactic vaccines.
Have you had your papancolaou yet?