A hysteroscopy procedure is a non-surgical option which allows your OB/GYN to view the inside of the uterus. This procedure can be used to diagnose or treat abnormal bleeding caused by polyps, fibroids, adhesions, or other concerns.
A colposcopy is most commonly performed after an abnormal Pap test result and helps your OB/GYN determine what types of cells are present on the cervix.
Manual vacuum aspiration, or MVA, is used to evacuate contents of the uterus using a hand-operated vacuum syringe. It is an outpatient alternative to procedures such as electric suction or dilation and curettage after miscarriage.
A cervical polypectomy is an outpatient procedure in which your OB/GYN removes noncancerous growths, or polyps, from the cervix.
Through a vaginal or perineal biopsy, your OB/GYN removes a small tissue sample from the vulva area to screen for vulvar cancer or other skin diseases.
Skin tags are benign skin growths, which can occur in the genital area. If this occurs, your OB/GYN can remove skin tags in a simple outpatient procedure.
If you have signs of endometrial cancer, your OB/GYN may recommend an endometrial biopsy to remove a small tissue sample from the lining of the uterus for further testing.
At Carnegie Women’s Health, we offer several in-office aesthetic procedures to help our patients look and feel their best. These include truSculpt iD, Secret RF, and our non-invasive mommy makeover.
BioTE hormone therapy works by placing hormone pellets under the skin for continuous relief from hormone imbalance symptoms.
During a Pap smear, your OB/GYN will collect a small sample of cervical cells through a swab. This tissue sample is then screened for HPV or cervical cancer.
Ultrasound has many uses in gynecology and can be used to diagnose complications of the uterus, cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, or bladder.
At Carnegie Women’s Health, we place or remove IUDs in our Manhattan office.
Nexplanon is a form of birth control which is placed below the skin in the patient’s arm. We place and remove Nexplanon in-office at Carnegie Women’s Health.
An abscess is simply a small section of inflamed skin containing pus, usually triggered by a bacterial skin infection. This can be treated through a simple procedure by your doctor at Carnegie Women’s Health.
A loop electrosurgical excision procedure, or LEEP, is commonly used to treat or diagnose abnormal cells or cancer of the cervix and vagina.
A pessary is a prosthetic used to support the internal structure of the vagina to treat patients with urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse.
To schedule an outpatient procedure at Carnegie Women’s Health, call our New York City office at (315) 628-7063 or contact us online.