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A hysterectomy is an operation to remove your uterus (womb). Your cervix (neck of your womb) is usually also removed. Your fallopian tubes and ovaries may need to be removed at the same time. It is a major operation usually recommended after simpler treatments have failed. Your symptoms should improve.
Adaptive radiotherapy constructs three radiation treatment plans; with a small, medium and large (standard) target area.
An anterior repair is a major operation usually recommended after simpler treatments have failed. Your bladder should be better supported and you should no longer have a bulge in your vagina.
Robotic surgery for bladder cancer allows the surgeon to operate with enhanced vision, improved precision and better control. The London Clinic’s priority is to provide our patients with support, comfort and expert cancer care.
A breast augmentation is an operation to make your breasts larger, and usually to improve their shape. You should consider the options carefully and have realistic expectations about the results.
A breast biopsy is a test in which either tissue or cells are taken from inside a breast lump and then sent for detailed examination in the pathology laboratory.
The London Clinic provides a full breast care service for women who are worried about their breast health or who have developed breast cancer. Male breast cancer is rare, but The London Clinic also offers treatment for men with the condition.
Each breast cancer is unique. Breast cancer typing can identify the differences between tumours, allowing The London Clinic to offer our patients customised care.
When the tumour, or lump is benign and the patient wishes to have it removed; or if it is confirmed as malignant cancer, then breast conserving surgery is appropriate. This is a wide local excision 'lumpectomy' and is done through a small cosmetic incision.
The expert breast surgeons at The London Clinic are able to carry out breast surgery to remove tumours and as much as possible, conserve the shape of your breasts.
An MRI scan uses a magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of the interior of your breast.
Most women are offered a breast reconstruction at the time of their mastectomy. There have been numerous advancements in this field recently and your consultant will be able to discuss your options with you.
Regular breast screening can detect breast cancer at an early stage. The earlier that treatment can begin, the better the chance a woman has to survive 20 years, or even longer.
The London Clinic offers breast ultrasound in addition to other imaging techniques to provide the most accurate diagnostic service possible.
The London Clinic has a team of consultant gynaecologists and a colposcopy suite with a dedicated female nurse present to support patients with cervical cancer.
Chemotherapy drugs work in different ways, so a combination of medications is often used to prevent the cancer cells dividing and spreading.
Patients with triple negative breast cancer do not respond well to hormonal breast cancer treatments and therefore require a different treatment programme.
A colposcopy is a procedure to examine your cervix (neck of your womb). For some women treatment can be performed at the same time.
A diagnostic laparoscopy is a common gynaecological operation. It helps to find out the cause of certain gynaecological problems. For some women minor treatments can be performed at the same time. An All-Inclusive Package for this procedure is available at £3,635.
At The London Clinic we can treat endometriosis using several effective techniques. An All-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £3,400.
The type of surgery you can have at The London Clinic will depend on the size and position of your fibroids. An All-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £6,870.
A flexible cystoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with your bladder.
Your gynaecologist may recommend medication such as Non steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), the combined contraceptive pill, which reduces bleeding by about a third and tranexamic acid, which can reduce the heaviness of bleeding by almost half (40-50%) in most cases.
The London Clinic’s expert pathologists will analyse cells from your breast cancer and check for the presence of Her2 receptors.
Following the biopsy or removal of your breast cancer, The London Clinic’s expert pathologists will analyse the tumour and check for the presence of receptors.
An endometrial resection is a common gynaecological operation. It helps relieve the symptoms of heavy periods. You should get less bleeding and pain.
A hysteroscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with your womb and, for some women, treating your symptoms.
Intra-operative radiotherapy is when a very localised, high dose of radiation is given at the same time as the surgical treatment for breast cancer. The London Clinic is one of the few sites in the UK to offer treatment with the Carl Zeiss Intrabeam® system - a miniaturised X-ray device which is located within our on-site theatres.
A hysterectomy is an operation to remove your uterus (womb). Your cervix (neck of your womb) is usually also removed. Your ovaries may need to be removed at the same time.
A subtotal hysterectomy is a major operation usually recommended after simpler treatments have failed. Your symptoms should improve.
Mammography is a X-ray of your breasts used to help detect breast cancer. It produces several X-ray images of your breast tissue that can help to detect even small tumours, even if you or your doctor cannot feel them.
The London Clinic provides a full breast care service for women who are worried about their breast health or who have developed breast cancer.
Mastectomy is a procedure to remove a breast and can be the most appropriate treatment for some women with breast cancer.
Since the menopause is caused by declining levels of the hormone oestrogen, the main medical treatment is to reverse this decline through hormone replacement therapy or HRT.
Your gynaecologist may prescribe medication for the treatment of your painful periods or dysmenorrhoea such as non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs), such as mefenamic acid, ibuprofen or naproxen.
Treatment for PID usually includes oral antibiotics. In cases of severe infection, hospitalisation may be required to administer intravenous antibiotics. Occasionally, surgery is necessary to drain pus or infected fluid around the lining of the fallopian tube or pelvic region.
A posterior repair is a major operation usually recommended after simpler treatments have failed. Your bowel should be better supported and you should no longer have a bulge in your vagina.
Several surgical alternatives are available, and the type of surgery is chosen by the consultant gynaecologist based on each individual patient’s circumstances. All-inclusive treatment packages for women's health are available.
A rigid cystoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with your bladder.
Urinary incontinence can be an uncomfortable and upsetting problem. However, many women with severe urine incontinence are surprised to find their condition can be treated simply and effectively, without needing to think about surgery.
A vaginal hysterectomy is an operation to remove your uterus (womb) and cervix (neck of your womb) through your vagina. It is possible also to remove your ovaries but they will usually be left alone.
There are many treatment options available for managing mesh-related problems and each woman’s experience is unique, requiring an individualised approach to treatment planning. Following a detailed history, examination and appropriate tests, your specialist consultant will discuss all of the treatment options available with you to help you decide on the best course of action.

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General enquiries: 020 7935 4444Appointments: 020 7616 7693Self-pay: 020 3219 3315

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Breast services appointments: 020 7616 7653 Diagnostics appointments: 020 7616 7653 Endoscopy appointments: 020 7616 7760 Eye centre appointments: 020 7616 7768 Haematology appointments: 020 7535 5503 Kidney services appointments: 020 7224 5234 Liver services appointments: 020 7616 7719 Physiotherapy appointments: 020 7616 7651 Radiology appointments: 020 7616 7653

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