While many gynecological conditions can be medically managed, when surgery is required, it can be accomplished by one of our specialty trained reproductive endocrinologists and infertility specialists, or by our minimally invasive surgeon, Dr. Leigh Rosen. Conditions that our team is able to surgically manage include:
- Ovarian Cysts
- Pelvic Pain
- Uterine Anomalies
- Abnormal Bleeding
- Uterine Prolapse
- Asherman’s Syndrome
Dr. Leigh Rosen
Specializing in the care and treatment of various conditions, specialty trained surgeon, Dr. Rosen, is qualified to perform the latest, most innovative procedures through minimally invasive gynecological surgery for a wide range of conditions.
“My goal is to help you understand your condition, recognize your symptoms, and provide you with the treatment that best suits you.”
Continued Dedication to Medical Excellence
At RMA of New York and Mount Sinia, our world-class reproductive endocrinologists and surgeons are dedicated to providing compassionate, comprehensive care to our patients. We offer the most advanced, minimally invasive surgical techniques for both routine and complex cases. Our physicians are active researchers working to advance the understanding of gynecologic issues that affect our patients to ensure our patients are the first to benefit from the most up–to–date technical advances and treatment options.
- Robotic Surgery
- Surgical treatment of uterine fibroids
- Surgical management of endometriosis
- Surgical management of polyps
- Removal of ovarian cysts
- Endometrial ablation
If a uterine abnormality is detected during a hysterosalpingogram (HSG is an x-ray exam that is used to observe the fallopian tubes and uterus), a hysteroscopy may be recommended. A hysteroscopy is a procedure that is performed using a hysteroscope, which is a thin telescope that has a fiber-optic light at its end. The hysteroscope is inserted carefully into the uterus via the patient’s cervix so that your doctor can observe whether there are any uterine abnormalities or growths present. In some cases, photos and/or videos may be taken during the procedure for future review.
A hysteroscopy is typically performed as an outpatient procedure with moderate sedation. In order to get as clear of a view as possible, the procedure usually takes place during the beginning half of the patient’s menstrual cycle, when there is minimal endometrial build-up (the lining that is shed during menstruation). Patients are generally back to normal activity within a day or two.
If reproductive conditions such as endometriosis, adhesions, scarring, or other pelvic disease are suspected, a laparoscopy may be advised to help determine the most accurate diagnosis. In this diagnostic procedure, a laparoscope, which is a fiber-optic telescope, is inserted into the abdomen below the navel so that your doctor can observe the presence of any issues.
A laparoscopy can also be performed operatively to provide actual treatment for a condition. During operative laparoscopy procedures, laser technology is used to treat conditions such as endometriosis, adhesions, and other conditions. Because the incisions used in operative laparoscopy are so small, patients can go home same-day and generally experience a quick recovery.
Why RMA of New York: Surgical Care
RMA of New York serves as the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Mount Sinai Medical System. Our laboratory team is dedicated to scientific discovery, graduate medical education through RMA of NY’s REI Fellowship Program, and individualized care that focuses on you.
Our team of embryologists are consistently recognized as innovators in reproductive science and medicine, and security and safety standards. RMA of New York has been at the forefront of embryo freezing technology and cutting-edge research, helping countless individuals and partners achieve the dream of building a family.
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