The Department of Obstetrics diagnoses and treats all pelvic disease that may occur in a woman's life from birth to the menopause and beyond.
We treat general gynecological disease, gynecological caner, menopause, infertility, high-risk pregnancy and many gynecological diseases that were treated by open surgery with intravaginal, laparoscopic or hysteroscopic procedures.
Gynecologic cancer clinic
The Gynecologic cancer clinic has the best record and performance for treating gynecological cancers such as cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, corpus carcinoma, pudendum cancer, vaginal cancer, choriocarcinoma, etc., (selected as the local hospital for 2010 that conducted the most cancer surgeries - Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service report). Minimal invasive surgery is available via endoscopic surgery when cancer is detected in its early stage.
Replacing the current celiotomy, gynecologic tumor surgeries for uterine myoma, ovarian tumor, and so on can be done by laparoscope or metroscope. Endoscopic surgeries are conducted for early gynecological cancers.
Pelvic reconstruction clinic
Minimal invasive surgeries through a transvaginal approach instead of transabdominal approach can help those who feel uncomfortable in their daily lives due to a prolapse of the uterus, cystocele, and rectocele before and after menostasia to enjoy healthy later years.
Chronic pelvic pain clinic
For those who suffer from chronic pelvic pains and vulvodynia, appropriate diagnosis, medicinal treatment, and surgeries can ease the symptoms and manage the symptoms in the long term to prevent the risks of recurrence.
High risk maternal clinic
The High risk maternal clinic provides appropriate counseling and treatment for the wellness of mothers and fetuses that need treatments due to pregnancy toxemia (pre-eclampsia, eclampsia, etc), gestational diabetes, and internal and surgical diseases, or risks of premature birth due to premature obstetric labor, preterm premature rupture, etc.
The Fetus clinic aims for earlier detections of antenatal embryo deformities, chromosomal anomalies, and hereditary diseases through close ultrasonic waves, chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis, cord blood test, etc., and provides systematic fetus monitoring and antenatal fetus treatment as well as appropriate counseling for fetus abnormalities diagnosed prior to delivery.
In cases that natural pregnancy after marriage or normal pregnancy is impossible, the clinic provides one-to-one customized treatment through systematic care from counseling and close examination to treatment (ovulation induction, artificial fertilization, in-vitro pregnancy) and also continuous antenatal care from pregnancy to delivery.
The Climacteric clinic provides treatment for climacteric symptoms that may develop around at a menopausal age, such as facial blushing, perspiration, insomnia, colpoxerosis, etc., prevention and cure of osteoporosis, and also provides counseling and medical service for health care for menopause.