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Gynecologic Cancer Treatment Center

Gynecologic cancer or female reproductive system cancer is a disease that affects women in many aspects, including health, body, mind, family, and socially. The most frequently found gynecologic cancers, which are also the main causes of death among Thai women, are cervical cancer, followed by ovarian cancer, and endometrial cancer. Gynecologic Cancer Treatment at Nonthavej Hospital provides services for preventive planning, gynecologic cancer screening, and treatment with our specialized medical team.

Gynecologic Cancer Treatment Center : Scope of Services, Specialized Services

Services
1. Gynecologic checkup and cancer screening.
  •  Cervical cancer screening with Liquid-Based Cytology (LBC), i.e. Thin Prep, Sure Path which can detect first stage cancer more effectively than conventional examinations.
  •  Vaginal ultrasound: Detection of hidden diseases, uterus tumor, ovarian cyst, chocolate cyst, ovarian tumor, ovarian cancer in first stage for a better chance of being cured.
  •  Identification of HPV types which cause cervical cancer by HPV DNA test, together with Liquid-Based Cytology (LBC) and pap smear: Detection of abnormal cervical cells in first stage which can be completely cured before they develop to cervical cancer.
  •  Colposcopy and pathological examination of abnormal tissues: Examination of abnormal cervical cells, especially in case of first stage of cervical cancer. Colposcopy is usually recommended if abnormal results are found by LBC;
2. Colposcopic Directed Biopsy
3. Cryosurgery: Use of extremely cold substances to destroy cancer cells.
4. Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure or LEEP: Use of electrical thin wire loop to remove abnormal cells from the uterus.
5. Chemotherapy: Use of one or more anti-cancer drugs which penetrate the entire body to eliminate cancer cells and invasive cancer cells. The chemotherapy unit is under the supervision of the expert team specifically trained for chemotherapy.
6. Surgical treatment: Laparoscopic gynecological cancer surgery and open gynecological cancer surgery.
Vaccination service for prevention and risk reduction
  • 1. HPV Vaccine: Women 9-55 years old can consult with physicians to receive the vaccine.
  • 2. Cervical cancer screening by Thin Prep Pap Test / Pap Smear Test, or together with HPV screening: High-risk groups should get the test at least once a year to screen for first stage cervical cancer and reduce the risk of cancer invasion.