Mirabiliss Polyclinic - Gynecology
Management and control of normal and high-risk pregnancies
Pregnancy is a unique experience in a woman’s life that is accompanied by numerous changes in the body that affect all aspects of a woman’s life, so it is rightly called the “second state”.
Doppler ultrasound diagnostics
Doppler sonography (popularly color-Doppler or colored Doppler) is an ultrasound method that uses the Doppler effect to show changes in the speed of blood flow through the blood vessels of the fetal organs.
The CTG record is used to assess the condition of the fetus just before birth. The aim is to obtain information on the supply of oxygen to the fetus.
Early detection of congenital and acquired thrombophilia in pregnant women and prevention of abortion
Thrombophilia is not a disease in itself. It is a different set of inherited and acquired coagulation disorders associated with a tendency to thrombosis.
4D and expert ultrasound
4D ultrasound is the most technologically advanced diagnostic procedure that allows us to accurately view the unborn baby in detail. Expert ultrasound examination enables a detailed examination of all organs and structures of the fetus during the second trimester of pregnancy.
Interventions in pregnancy
Polyclinic Mirabiliss - Gynecology
Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
Amniocentesis (AC) taking a sample of amniotic fluid
Amniocentesis is a method that is performed under the control of ultrasound, with a needle through the mother’s abdomen into the uterus, and on that occasion, amniotic fluid is aspirated for further analysis.
Cerclage is a method of strengthening the cervix and is performed by placing a circular suture on the cervix. The cerclage can be done in a short general intravenous analgesia or local anesthesia.
Polyclinic Mirabiliss - Genecology
Ultrasound examination of the breast
In women younger than 40, but also for those who have dense glandular tissue, ultrasound examination of the breast is always the first choice.
Video digital colposcopy
Combined examination (colposcopy with PAPA test) is the best way to detect even the most discreet changes in the cervix and assess the degree of their atypia, which helps in further therapeutic decision.
All individuals have the right to access, select and use all scientific information, as well as any advances in science in terms of the choice of family planning methods.
The term menopause is often used to describe the entire period that precedes (premenopause) and that follows the cessation of menstrual bleeding (postmenopause).
Screening, early detection of cervical cancer, PAP test
Screening – colposcopy and PAP test are very simple, fast and painless procedures that can determine with certainty the presence of premalignant and malignant cells.