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There are several gynecological pathologies that can affect women. Clínica Ginecològica studies each particular case, and tries to provide the most fast and effective solutions possible. In Clínica Ginecológica we are specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of these pathologies:

Genital Prolapse

What is genital prolapse? Genital prolapse is the descent of the pelvic organs secondary to the rupture or weakness of the pelvic floor support. It is divided into three types: Anterior: prolapse of the urethra or bladder, or both, into the vagina (cystocele, uretrocele). Middle: descent of the uterus or the vaginal vault (uterine prolapse, […]


The term cystocele may sound strange or unknown, but many women, unfortunately, know its meaning they must deal with this problem daily. In medical terms, cystocele is the fall of the urinary bladder in the vaginal canal by the weakening or rupture of the pelvic floor. As the years pass, the set of muscles and […]


What is a rectocele? Straight is the descent of the vaginal canal. Usually, the rectocele is due to the weakening of muscles that form the pelvic floor and may be accompanied by cystocele (bladder drop) and uterine prolapse (descent of the uterus), diseases that are also included in the genital prolapse. However, the rectocele may […]


What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a benign process characterized by the presence and proliferation of endometrial tissue that is normally found within the uterus, in other different areas outside of this cavity. There are different types: Ovarian endometriosis: in the ovaries, giving rise to quite large size cysts – endometriomas. These contain a dark brown […]

Uterine Fibroids

What are uterine fibroids? Fibroids are located inside or around the uterus and occasionally in the cervix. Are usually divided into three categories according to their location: subserosal, intramural and submucous. They are benign tumors that originate from smooth muscle cells characteristic of the myometrium or uterine wall. May be unique, but in most cases […]

Ovarian Cysts

What are ovarian cysts? Ovarian cysts are sacs or “bubbles” full of fluid that are found on the surface or within both ovaries. During the reproductive years of a woman, the ovaries produce, develop and release a mature egg or ovum every month. A high percentage of women suffer from ovarian cysts at some time […]

Uterine Prolapse

What is uterine prolapse? Uterine prolapse occurs when the uterus, the organ where a baby grows during pregnancy, breaks off and falls onto the vaginal canal due to weakened muscles and ligaments that support it. Other organs, such as the ovaries and the bladder (cystocele) can also break due to the weakening of the tissues […]


What is menopause? It is the period in woman’s life when menstruation ceases and decreases the production of female hormones specifically estrogen and progesterone. At menopause, ovaries reduce their hormonal production reaching a situation where they are unable to maintain what the body needs. It usually occurs in women between 47 and 52 and generates […]

Urinary Incontinence

What are the different types of urinary incontinence? Stress urinary incontinence (SUI): involuntary loss of urine when pressure on the abdomen increases due to physical activity or effort. This consists of the involuntary loss of urine due to effort, exercise, sneezing or coughing. Incontinence occurs when pressure inside the urethra is greater than that in […]

Diagnostic Studies

The annual gynecological exam regularly is affine fundamental that the specialist can perform routine gynecological and breast examination and, depending on the findings, request additional studies may be required. Once the gynecologist, the doctor may request some further study. This should not be cause for concern. Detailed below which are the most common and what […]

Gynecological Cancer

What is gynecological cancer? Is a type of cancer that begins in the organs of the reproductive system of women. It can affect the cervix (neck of the uterus), ovaries, uterus, vagina and vulva. Another case is the gynecological cancer of the fallopian tubes, although it is quite rare. Each of these cancers presents different symptoms […]

Breast Pathology

What is breast cancer? The breast consists of a series of mammary glands interconnected by tubes known as mammary ducts, which carry milk to the nipple during lactation. The mammary glands and ducts are embedded in adipose tissue and the conjunctive tissue, which together with the lymphatic tissue make up the breast.Breast cancer is the […]

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