|Cauterization of warts
||Removal of vaginal warts
||A technique used to burn or remove warts on around the genital area.
||Usually this treatment would be done for a woman who had suffered one or more miscarriages in the past, due to incompetence or opening of the cervix. The treatment consists of a strong suture being inserted into and around the cervix early in the pregnancy, and then removed towards the end of the pregnancy when the greatest risk of miscarriage has passed.
||Biopsy of the cervix
||Lletz refers to the biopsy of the cervix in which a cone-shaped sample of tissue is removed from the mucous membrane. It is commonly performed after an abnormal PAP smear.
|Dilatation and Curetation
||A surgical procedure in which the cervix is expanded using a dilator and the uterine lining scraped with a curette, performed for the diagnosis and treatment of various uterine conditions.
|Drainage of Bartholin cyst
||The Bartholin gland is situated in the Labia Majora. When a cyst forms, it often has to be surgically drained.
||Uterus lining treatment
||This procedure is performed to destroy the uterine lining to prevent excessive or prolonged menstruation.
||View inside of the uterus
||A procedure to look at the inside of the uterus (womb) using a small telescope (hysteroscope). Various procedures can then be performed, i.e. removal of growths and taking of tissue for pathological examination etc.
|Insertion intrauterine device (IUD)
||Insertion of Mirena etc.
||The insertion of a birth control device
||A surgical procedure to mould or reshape the Labia Minora or Majora.
|| A minimally invasive procedure for the examination and surgery of the contents of the abdominopelvic cavity using a small viewing tool or laparoscope.
||A laparoscope (small thin telescope) is inserted through a small incision in the abdominal wall. Under vision, the fallopian tubes are closed off, by rings, clamps, clips or electro cauterization, to prevent pregnancy.
|Laparoscopy and removal of cyst
||Laparoscopy cyst removal
||Laparoscopy, during which a tumour/cyst, usually on the ovaries is removed.