Conservative and surgical treatment of uterine and vaginal prolapse, including pessary insertion and minimally invasive surgical techniques, including vaginal procedures using advanced suspension techniques such as BSC mesh, as well as laparoscopic and robot-assisted (da Vinci) surgery
Diagnosis and surgical treatment of all female cancer conditions in the genital area, including minimally invasive procedures
Diagnosis and all conservative and surgical treatments for female urinary incontinence
Conservative and minimally invasive surgical treatment of all myomata, regardless of number, size or location (laparoscopy, robot-assisted surgery (da Vinci). Minimally invasive radiological procedures (embolisation, MRI-guided focused ultrasound) can also be performed in collaboration with the Department of Radiology.
Diagnosis and all conservative and surgical treatments for endometriosis
Diagnostic and surgical evaluation of the unfulfilled desire to have children
Diagnosis and conservative and surgical treatment of haemorrhagic disorders including diagnostic and surgical hysteroscopy (inspection of the uterus), including endometrial ablation and myoma resection
Diagnostic and surgical pelviscopy (abdominal inspection), procedures on the uterus and adnexa, including hysterectomy and lymphonodectomy
Prof. Zoltan Nemeth is a specialist gynaecologist and obstetrician with over 25 years of experience in the field of gynaecology. He has worked at the Gynaecology Department of the Brothers Hospitaller of St John of God Hospital in Vienna since 1995, where he initially occupied the position of Consultant and finally took over the position as head of the department in January 2015. Prof. Nemeth had already introduced surgical pelviscopy within his department in 1995 and continues to develop this technique. He also founded the urogynaecology out-patients' clinic of the St John of God Brothers’ Hospital in Vienna. He has also been the proprietor of his own practice in Vienna, the “Practice for Individualised Gynaecology”, since 1995.
As a specialist gynaecologist, Prof. Nemeth specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the female genital organs, that is, the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries and vagina. Together with his team, Prof. Nemeth covers the entire diagnostic and therapeutic range in gynaecology at the Department of Gynaecology at the Brothers Hospitaller of St John of God Hospital in Vienna, from comprehensive diagnostics through to conservative and surgical treatment of all gynaecological conditions.
Here, one particular focus of Prof. Nemeth is urogynaecology, which concerns the conservative and surgical treatment of conditions of the female pelvic floor such as uterine or vaginal prolapse, as well as female incontinence. Further specialist fields of Prof. Nemeth are laparoscopic procedures, including, for example, the minimally invasive excision of myomata from the uterus and minimally invasive hysterectomy, as well as surgical procedures for the treatment of female cancer conditions such as uterine cancer or ovarian cancer.
The services provided by Prof. Nemeth at his “Practice for Individualised Gynaecology” in Vienna include gynaecological screening, up-to-date conservative self-therapy for uterine and vaginal prolapse with bee-cell pessaries, counselling for and treatment of myomata and endometriosis, pregnancy counselling, “second opinions” for pending surgery, counselling and care during pregnancy.
Conditions of the Pelvic Floor
Diagnosis and all conservative and surgical treatments for female urinary incontinence, including urodynamic diagnosis, pelvic floor ultrasound and suburethral sling surgery (TVT)
Conservative treatments for uterine and vaginal prolapse, including pessary insertion
Minimally invasive surgical techniques, including vaginal procedures, using the most advanced suspension techniques such as BSC mesh and laparoscopic and robot-assisted (da Vinci®) surgery.
Diagnosis of gynaecological malignancies
Surgical treatment of all female cancer conditions in the genital area, including minimally invasive procedures
Cytostatic treatment (chemotherapy)
Collaboration with radiotherapy departments
Weekly interdisciplinary tumour board
Diagnostic and surgical hysteroscopy (inspection of the uterus), including endometrial ablation and myoma resection
Diagnostic and surgical laparoscopy (abdominal inspection)
Uterine procedures: myoma enucleation, hysterectomy (total and supracervical), radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer conditions
Adnexa procedures: cyst enucleation, ovariectomy, examination of the patency of the fallopian tubes
Procedures for deep infiltrating endometriosis, including the interdisciplinary treatment of ureteral stricture, endometriosis of the bladder and bowel
Oncological staging surgery, including pelvic and para-aortic lymphonodectomy
In collaboration with the Department of Radiology and nuclear medicine
Conservative as well as surgical and radiological minimally invasive treatments (embolisation or MRI-guided, focused ultrasound)
Minimally invasive surgical techniques by means of laparoscopy or robot-assisted surgery (da Vinci®)
The most advanced robot-assisted surgery by means of the da Vinci® SI HD Surgical System
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