Department of Gynecologic Surgery

Head of the Department: Leila Adamyan, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Master of Science, Head Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Deputy Director of the Center,



The Department of operative gynecology provides the whole spectrum of surgical treatment of gynecologic diseases in women of any age including emergency and elective surgical interventions: combined surgery in patients with concomitant pelvic diseases.

Most surgical procedures performed in the Department are organ-sparing interventions.

The surgery is performed with the use of the most modern equipment and instruments, electrosurgical devices, suture materials and anti-adhesive barriers. A wide range of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic techniques and methods of preoperative diagnosis and postoperative monitoring are implemented: ultrasound with duplex scanning, spiral computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, cystoscopy, colonoscopy, gastroscopy, X-ray examination, innovative laboratory diagnostics.

The team of the Department consists of well-trained and experienced obstetricians and gynecologists. Most of them have highest qualification and doctoral degrees in obstetrics and gynecology. Every year they improve their skills on different certification courses in Russia and abroad, participate in international congresses and conferences.


Surgical treatment of gynecologic diseases with the use of the advanced minimally invasive techniques

  • Preoperative diagnostics and postoperative monitoring
  • Simultaneous surgery
  • Diagnostic videoendoscopy
  • Endosurgical interventions
  • High-frequency molecular-resonance electrosurgery

The Department provides surgical care in patients with:

  • uterine myoma and all types of pelvic masses
  • adenomyosis and endometriosis
  • cervical conditions, including precancerous conditions and cancer
  • ovarian diseases, including neoplasms of various etiology
  • diseases of the external genital organs
  • malformations of uterus and vagina
  • obstruction of the fallopian tubes and adhesions
  • cervical insufficiency
  • inconsistent scar on the uterus after surgery, cesarean section
  • disorders requiring surgery during pregnancy
  • other pelvic diseases requiring surgical treatment
  • reconstructive and plastic pelvic surgery
  • surgery during pregnancy and in elderly patients