Prof. - Amadeus Hornemann, M.D., MPH, PhD - Gynecology -

Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann, M.D., MPH, PhD

Specialist for surgical and oncological gynecology in Frankfurt

Prof. - Amadeus Hornemann, M.D., MPH, PhD - Gynecology -

Prof. Hornemann is a gynecologist with an international reputation. As one of the most innovative specialists for keyhole surgery, he has already developed several surgical methods of his own - such as tendon transplantation from the knee, with which the empathetic specialist fixes uterine prolapses in a unique way.

Special Clinical Focus

  • Surgical gynaecology
  • Diagnosis for clarification of menstrual conditions
  • Minimally invasive surgery (abdominal inspection / uterine inspection)
  • Robot-assisted 3-D laparoscopy (Einstein Vision with robot-assisted camera control)
  • Laparoscopic myoma surgery
  • Laparoscopic endometriosis surgery
  • Laparoscopic hysterectomy (supracervical ([LASH], TLH)
  • Laparoscopic pelvic and para-aortic lymphonodectomy
  • Minimally invasive treatment for cervical carcinoma and endometrial carcinoma
  • Descensus of the vagina, descensus of the uterus

About us

When international experts talk about the greatest successes of minimally invasive surgical gynecology, his name is likely to appear: Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann is regarded as one of the most innovative specialists in gynecology and laparoscopy worldwide. The renowned specialist, who has been Chief Physician of the Clinic for Operative Gynecology at Frankfurt's Sachsenhausen Hospital since June 2020, has repeatedly caused a stir - for example in the area of the pelvic floor, where he was the first in the world to fix uterine prolapses and combat incontinence with tendon transplants from the leg.

With Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann, the Sachsenhausen Hospital was able to bring a very special specialist on board: The specialist, who never ceases to amaze the international medical community with his innovative forms of surgery, will add to the strength of the well-known district hospital in the Main metropolis - which fits in perfectly with the trend towards professional specialization that has become a tradition at the Frankfurt institution. Thus the Sachsenhausen Hospital, which set standards some time ago by establishing Europe's first specialist clinic for diabetics, is also considered leading in obesity surgery.

Now Prof. Hornemann, an internationally established specialist in minimally invasive gynecological surgery, has joined the team. He became particularly well known, for example, by performing the world's first ovarian surgery without visible scars - with a very special twist: he was the first doctor and researcher to come up with the idea of accessing the ovaries through the patient's stomach.

Pioneering work: world-class gynecological surgery

As early as 2012, Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann was a true pioneer in revolutionising the field of laparoscopic gynecological surgery in Germany. He established 3D laparoscopy in Germany, which was still largely unknown at the time, by adding a whole new dimension to the previous two-dimensional transmission with a completely new camera image, and also investigated the procedure scientifically. Thanks to the 3-D image, surgeries can now be performed much more precisely - and therefore also more safely. It goes without saying that Prof. Hornemann has the appropriate - and rare - state-of-the-art equipment at Sachsenhausen Hospital.

Only recently Prof. Hornemann proved that he is also one of the leading specialists for the pelvic floor. He developed his own method for permanently repairing a uterine prolapse by transplanting a tendon from the hollow of the knee. Up until now, a plastic mesh had been used for this surgery. However, considerable complications with the materials used had led to discussions and even bans in various countries (e.g. USA or Great Britain). In addition, it turned out that a complete removal of the nets is usually no longer possible after only a short time. The body's own materials such as tendon tissue are accepted and integrated by the body.

With tendon transplantation, Prof. Hornemann can save many women from abdominal pain and bladder voiding disorders without using a plastic mesh. In 2019, Prof. Hornemann received the renowned Kurt Semm Prize of the Gynecological Endoscopy Working Group for this innovation. And in 2020, he published a highly acclaimed article in "Science Direct", the world's leading source for medical research, about another surgical world premiere: For the first time ever, incontinence could be cured by a tendon transplant.

Technically innovative - and empathetic

Despite all his inventiveness and enthusiasm for technical innovations, Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann never loses sight of the well-being of his patients. He supports his patients from the first consultation to the surgery and aftercare - not only at the Sachsenhausen Hospital, but also at the ETHIANUM Clinic in Heidelberg. He has also worked as a visiting surgeon at several renowned clinics, for example in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia.

With his extensive experience in the field of surgical gynecology, it is therefore only natural that he should be in great demand for training specialists and as a lecturer. In addition, Prof. Hornemann treats women in need of help every year as a member of an aid organisation in Nairobi - free of charge, of course.

Prof. Dr. med. Hornemann also engages in social activities in Germany. For example, he supports social projects in Mannheim, where he offers unpaid medical assistance to prostitutes - also from his base in Frankfurt.

Minimally invasive: " keyhole surgery"

Whether in Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Kuala Lumpur or Nairobi - the focus of the specialist is and remains on minimally invasive gynecological surgery. Especially with laparoscopic procedures, the so-called keyhole technique, no large abdominal incision is necessary to reach the surgical area. After a few, very small incisions, Prof. Hornemann can view the abdominal cavity on a large screen via camera transmission. Through further incisions, he inserts tiny instruments into the abdominal cavity and can thus perform the necessary surgical steps in the abdominal cavity. There are several advantages for the patient: The risks of infection and wound pain are significantly reduced - and the healing time is significantly shortened.

However, the surgeon needs extensive surgical experience in order to precisely and safely perform such a supported procedure. Anyone who comes across Prof. Dr. med. Amadeus Hornemann in Frankfurt is lucky: he is one of less than a hundred specialists in gynecology and obstetrics in Germany who have been certified according to MIC III - i.e. at the highest certification level - by the Working Group for Gynecological Endoscopy.

In order to achieve this level as a gynecologist working in surgery, Prof. Hornemann must be able to document a large number of endoscopically performed gynecological procedures, including many complex procedures with an increased degree of difficulty - and he also must complete regular training courses and attend specialist conferences.

Diagnostic Services

  • MRI (3 Tesla MRI)
  • Ultrasound
    • transvaginal
    • transabdominal
    • colour Doppler sonography
  • Tumour diagnosis (ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, uterine cancer)
  • Diagnosis of benign conditions:
    • changes to the ovaries (e.g. cysts)
    • myomata
    • endometriosis
  • Diagnosis for clarification of menstrual disorders (e.g. too heavy bleeding, too frequent bleeding, absence of menstruation)
  • Diagnostic abdominal inspection (laparoscopy)
  • Diagnostic uterine inspection (hysteroscopy)
  • Video colposcopy (examination of the uterine cervix)
  • Diagnosis for early recognition of cancer (thin-layer cytology)
  • HPV diagnosis
  • Screening

Therapeutic Services

  • Minimally invasive gynaecology procedures (MIC III certified)
  • Hysteroscopy (inspection of the uterine cavity)
  • 3-D laparoscopy (abdominal inspection)
  • Minimally invasive myoma excision (hysteroscopy, laparoscopy)
  • Laparoscopic hysterectomy (supracervical [LASH], total [TLH])
  • Laparoscopic pelvic and para-aortic lymphonodectomy
  • Minimally invasive surgery for cervical carcinoma, endometrial carcinoma and early ovarian carcinoma
  • Minimally invasive descensus surgery (can also be performed with preservation of the uterus [uterosacropexy])

Medical spectrum

Diseases

  • Bleeding during pregnancy
  • Breast cancer
  • Breech birth
  • Carcinoma of the vulva
  • Cervical cancer
  • Cystocele
  • Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Endometrial carcinoma
  • Endometriosis
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Gynecological cancer
  • Gynecological disorders
  • Menopause
  • Ovarian cancer
  • PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome)
  • Placenta praevia
  • Preeclampsia
  • Premature birth
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Uterine cancer
  • Uterine prolapse
  • Uterine prolapse
  • Vaginal cancer
  • Vaginal mycosis
  • Vasa Previa
  • Therapies

  • Breast cancer surgery
  • Breast cancer treatment
  • Cesarean section
  • Endometriosis therapy
  • Fertility treatment
  • High-risk pregnancy
  • HPV vaccination
  • Hysterectomy (excision of the uterus)
  • Myoma / fibroid embolization
  • Myoma / fibroid enucleation
  • Pediatric Intensive care medicine
  • Diagnostics

  • Amniocentesis
  • Breast cancer diagnostics
  • Breast cancer prevention
  • Chorionic villus biopsy
  • Endometriosis prevention
  • First trimester screening
  • Mammography
  • Pre-natal diagnostics
  • Pregnancy counseling
  • Second trimester screening
  • Directions

    Address

    Sachsenhausen Hospital - Surgical Gynecology

    Schulstraße 31
    60594 Frankfurt am Main

    Webseite: www.krankenhaus-sachsenhausen.de

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