Dr J Roman believes Laparoscopic hysterectomy is the most beneficial way of removing the uterus. At Hamilton Women’s Laparoscopic Centre we have accumulated enough surgical experience to be able to offer you a hysterectomy performed through 4 small incisions (5-10 mm) in your abdomen.
Excision of Endometriosis
The laparoscope allows the surgeon to examine the pelvis in great detail and what is more important to examining very closely the endometriotic implants, improving substantially the surgical access to any part of the pelvis.
Pelvic Floor Reconstruction
We believe the best long term results for repairing a prolapse is achieved both vaginally and abdominally “from the top” with the use of the laparoscope for a detailed reconstruction of pelvic anatomical structures that can not be reached if the surgery is performed only “from below”.
Surgery of the Ovaries or Tubes
Laparoscopic surgery of the ovary / tubes.
Correction of Incontinence
Office Urodynamic studies are offered to a patient who complains of urinary leakage or urinary incontinence.
Alternatives to Hysterectomy
We offer a range of alternatives to the laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Laparoscopic Surgery for Cancer (Lymphadenectomy)
Uterine cancer in many situations can be treated with laparoscopic surgery. In these situations we perform laparoscopic lymphadenectomy (excision of lymph nodes).
Loop Excision of Abnormal Cervical Cells and colposcopy
Colposcopy is the assessment of the cervix in patients who have an abnormal smear, or in patients whose cervix looks abnormal
Diagnostic hysteroscopy is the assessment of the uterine cavity through a thin telescope (hysteroscope).
Radical Surgery for Ovarian Cancer
In Gynaecology, perhaps the only indication for open surgery is ovarian cancer - for the purpose of performing extensive removal of malignancy.