The objective of a surgical procedure is to remove the affected organ or part thereof.
1. The main principle of surgery in INNOVACIA Cancer Centre is that the organ-preserving operations are carried out by the experienced professionals. This principle assures that women preserve their reproductive function and undergo rehabilitation and family and social life adaptation in a shorter period of time.
2. Our laboratory of morphological pathology allows to obtain immediate histological examination results of the removed tumor during surgery and enables to determine the extent of surgical procedure immediately, thus minimizing risks.
3. The cytological laboratory enables for urgent and accurate diagnosis, so that treatment starts as soon as possible.
4. Laparoscopic surgery. Approximately 95% of all gynecological surgeries can be performed using laparoscopy. Laparoscopic method avoids large incisions. Until recently, only section of skin tissues enabled to carry out the surgery. Now, the surgeon is enabled to see organs inside the body using a laparoscope, a tiny instrument that resembles a telescope.
Chemotherapy is performed using the most advanced drugs that have mild side effects. Besides the disease treatment, it is also used to treat side effects. The use of different chemotherapy regimens in treatment of patients with cancer of female reproductive organs enables to perform quality surgeries and treatment based on radical approach.
Radiation therapy is a modern method of using radiation for maximum impact on tumor focus with minimum impact on surrounding healthy tissues.
The advantages of laparoscopic surgery
A large incision, commonly used in traditional surgery, greatly injures the muscle. Due to this, patients experience pain after surgeries and the wound healing takes a long time. Small punctures made during laparoscopic surgeries do not injure the muscle. As a result, patients receive a number of advantages:
much less pain after a surgery, which may minimize the need for pain-relief medication;
shorter inpatient stay (usually 1-3 days);
shorter recovery time and, thus, expedited return to normal life;
no skin defects (scars) as surgeries are carried out through small incisions (usually 1-2 cm);
a minimized risk of adhesions in the abdominal cavity.