Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery:
Treatment for tubal obstruction, pelvic Endometriosis and/oradhesions; ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy. Involves a small surgical incision through the naval.
Advanced Hysteroscopic Surgery:
Treatment for intrauterine insemination adhesions, polyps, fibroids, and uterine septum; tubal catherization for tubal obstruction. Involves the insertion of a small scope through thevagina and cervix.
Microscopic Tubal Reconstructive Surgery (Tubal Reversal):
Treatment for reversal of tubal ligation or tubal obstruction. Tubal ligation reversal (reanastomosis) is a surgical procedure, which can restore the function of fallopian tubes, which have been blocked by a previous sterilization operation. Reversal operations are performed using microsurgical techniques, in which microscopes or loupes are used to visualize and bring together the very narrow hollow center portion of the fallopian tubes. Microsurgery also uses very thin suture materials, the smallest possible incisions, specially designed instruments and non-traumatic tissue handling techniques. Patients go home the same day.