Gynecological Surgery / Top clinic in Germany, Friedrichshafen

Gynecological Surgery

Friedrichshafen Clinic provides high-level gynecological surgery regardless of the complexity of the disease. We use both minimally invasive methods allowing preserving organs intact, and radical treatments for various pathologies of female reproductive organs.

Gynecological Surgery for Various Ailments. Diagnosis in Friedrichshafen Clinic

Our team of experienced gynecologists treating women’s diseases in the clinic, at first, conduct diagnostic, then, weighs all the pros and cons to surgery, and, only then, makes a decision to perform a gynecological operation. Qualified specialists of the Clinic’s Department of Surgery provide treatment of ovarian neoplasms, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, vaginal vault prolapse, vaginal aplasia. Gynecological surgery is commonly prescribed after the following steps:

  • detailed study of history;
  • general gynecological examination;
  • cytological and hormonal measurements;
  • diagnosis with endoscopic methods (colposcopy, hysteroscopy, cystoscopy, laparoscopy, laparotomy) that detect tumor formation and inflammation;
  • ultrasound diagnostics;
  • X-rays diagnostics;
  • cytogenetic studies.

Using of above diagnostic techniques helps to determine localization and course of disease, extend of its development, and implement the most appropriate treatment, as well as to conduct gynecological surgery timely.

Kinds of Gynecological Operations

Gynecological surgery of any complexity is performed in our clinic. Depending on the causes of disease of female reproductive organs, the doctors of the Clinic conduct gynecological surgery as described below.

Hysterectomy in Friedrichshafen Clinic

This kind of gynecological operations is intended for resection of the uterus or its total extirpation (removal together with the cervix) in case of uterine cancer, as well as ovaries or cervix cancer. Hysterectomy surgery is carried out by different methods chosen depending on the percentage of tissues required to remove:

  • subtotal hysterectomy is performed, when it is possible to save the uterus;
  • total hysterectomy resection involves not the uterus only, but also the cervix;
  • hysterectomy with salpingo-oophorectomy is simultaneous taking out of the uterus with the fallopian tubes and ovaries;
  • radical hysterectomy is a gynecological operation of removal of the uterus, cervix, ovaries, the upper third of the vagina and surrounding tissue with the pelvic lymph nodes.

Depending on disease, hysterectomy can be performed by different techniques, as vaginal, laparoscopy, laparotomy, robotic etc.

Myomectomy in Friedrichshafen Clinic

Myomectomy is performed in the uterus to remove benign tumors on its wall. This type of gynecological operations enable to resect only fibromatous nodes keeping the body and ability to carry baby and give birth. Most of gynecological operations of that type are performed in those patients who never gave birth or wish to have more children.

Depending on course of the disease and its clinical development, operation of myomectomy can be performed in different ways but here are the three main kinds of them:

  • hysteroscopy (required when fibroid is located under the mucous layer and visible in the cavity of the body). Gynecological surgery to remove nodular formations carried out through the vaginal and cervical access. The surgeon removes the formations through resectoscope;
  • laparoscopic myomectomy is carried out in case of subserous or intramural nodes. Gynecological operation is performed by introducing a laparoscope into the abdomen through a few small punctures made at the bottom of the stomach;
  • abdominal myomectomy does not require removal of the uterus and does not affect reproductive function. Gynecological operations of this type are performed by laparotomy method through two incisions to remove fibroids in the uterus.

Gynecological surgery for myomectomy is performed under general anesthesia.


Purpose of oophorectomy is a treatment of cysts, inflammations, cancer, and endometriosis. This kind of gynecological surgery is often aimed at cancer prevention, as well as might go in conjunction with the removal of the uterus.

Gynecological surgery to remedy of female sexual organs injuries is carried out in the following cases:

  • When a patient is having injuries of the genitals or vagina;
  • In case of blows and crushing in genitals area;
  • When having the gunshot wounds, stabs or cuts of the genitals;
  • At damages of other sort.

Regardless of the cause of reproductive organs injury, gynecological surgery in our clinic is only performed after a thorough examination by specialists and necessary diagnostic tests (rectoscopy, cystoscopy, x-ray, ultrasound etc.). Individual approach is applied based on the nature of injuries and patient’s complaints. Due to the knowledge of general practice and common tactical solutions the doctors of the Friedrichshafen Сlinic are able to make a decision on required treatment shortly and immediately to implement it in a hospital.

Uterine Arteries Embolization

Artery embolization in the womb is a modern technique to combat uterine fibroids without surgery. Blood flow to myoma nodes is blocked by means of introducing a special drug in the artery of the uterus, and then myoma dies within a few hours. Fibroids cells are replaced by connective tissue in several weeks and fibroids symptoms disappear. This technique is an alternative to hysterectomy in the following cases:

  • When symptomatic or growing fibroids;
  • In case of heavy bleeding from the uterus of different etiology, when surgery is a real threat to life.

Turning to our clinic for a consultation, you rely on the experienced professionals, who not only designate an effective treatment, but also take into account your requests and suggestions regarding the treatment process. Our gynecological clinic guarantees quality medical service to the patient, giving them a feeling of care and effectiveness of treatment.

Gynecological Surgery

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Medical Staff

MD Christian Fuenfgeld

MD Christian Fuenfgeld
Head of the Gynaecology Department

MD Bernd König

MD Bernd König
Head physician assistant

MD Ina Seidenspinner

MD Ina Seidenspinner
Senior physician

MD Karin Roth

MD Karin Roth
Senior physician

MD Alexandru Armion

MD Alexandru Armion
Senior physician

Daniela Reichert

Daniela Reichert
Medical secretary





Facts and Figures

  • 1540 inpatients
  • 353 outpatient surgeries
  • 1222 newborn babies
  • 41 twins
  • 1 triplets
  • 905 gramm minimum weight of a newborn
  • 5300 gramm maximum weight of a newborn
  • 523 patients with pelvic floor disorders were operated

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