The Gynaecology Department is equipped to diagnose and treat all common gynaecological disorders. Only in very exceptional cases will the gynaecologist refer you to a tertiary university hospital.


Breast cancer (mamma carcinoma), benign breast abnormalities: cysts, fibroadenoma etc. Breast inflammation (mastitis).
More information on the Breast Centre page.


Vaginal discharge, vaginal inflammation (vaginitis), vulva inflammation (vulvitis), cyst of inflammation of Bartholin’s gland, vaginal cancer (vaginal carcinoma), vulvar cancer (vulvar carcinoma).


Cervical cancer (cervical carcinoma), precursors of cervical cancer (cervical dysplasia), inflammation of the cervix (cervicitis), cervical insufficiency.


Uterine bleeding, uterine polyps (endometrial polyps), myoma or fibroid, uterine infection (endometritis), uterine cancer (endometrial carcinoma), endometriosis, prolapse.


Ovarian cysts, ovarian cancer (ovarian carcinoma), ovarian inflammation or abscess, ovarian torsion, polycystic ovaries (PCO).

Fallopian tubes

Ectopic pregnancy (extra-uterine pregnancy), inflammation of the fallopian tubes (salpingitis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)), endometriosis, fusion of the fallopian tubes in the context of infertility.