Dr. Neeta Warty

Dr. Neeta Warty

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynecology
Gynecologist/Obstetrician

Hospital Appointment:

  • Surya Mother And Child Care Hospital Charges: INR 2,000
Specialisation

Gynecologist/Obstetrician

Qualification

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynecology

Years In Practice

30 Years

About Me

Dr. Neeta Warty is a one of the best Gynecologist, Gynecological Endoscopic Surgeon and Laparoscopic Surgeon in Mumbai. Dr. Neeta Warty is a pioneer in the field of endoscopic surgery known as non-invasive or keyhole surgery. Dr. Neeta Warty specializes in the areas of Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries like Laparoscopic Pelvic floor repair, Laparoscopic Hysterectomies for Gynaecological Malignancies and corrective surgeries for uterine malformations.

Hospital Associations

Surya Mother & Child Care Hospital

Services/Interest
  • Fibroids Treatment
  • Uterine Fibroids
  • Laproscopic Surgeries
  • Hysterectomy
  • Uterus Transplant
  • Laparoscopic Oncology
  • Robotic Laparoscopy
  • Endoscopic Surgeries
Experience

Dr Neeta Warty completed her Masters from Mumbai University post which she went on to receive her formal training in Laparoscopy from Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany and worked with stalwarts in the field of Laparoscopic Onco-Gynecology like Prof. Schneider and Prof. Marc Possover. Dr Neeta Warty has also trained in Laparoscopic Oncology at Whipps Cross Hospital, UK. She has received training in Robotic Laparoscopy from Dr Puntambekar, Pune and also from Dr Choi Gyu Seoug, Korea. Dr. Neeta Warty has performed more than 10500 endoscopic surgeries and is credited to have removed the heaviest fibroid in the world. Weighing 3.4kgs this was acknowledged in the Guinness and Limca books of records. Dr Neeta Warty is one of the few surgeons who performs the entire operation relating to uterine cancer by means of keyhole surgery and has trained more than 800 national and international surgeons in the last twelve years.

Awards and Recognitions

Limca and Guinness Book of World Records for removal of Large Fibroids. The prestigious best research video award at the 2016 American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists annual conference.

I Speak

English, Hindi

Gynecological Endoscopic Surgeries

Endoscopy refers to looking inside the body for medical purposes using a special device called an endoscope. Endoscopy is also used to diagnose and treat problems with the female reproductive system such as infertility, vaginal hemorrages, endometrial polyps and others. Gynecological endoscopy enables  a surgical procedure without the need of a major operation. The recovery is therefore prompt compared to traditional open surgeries.

The following particular endoscopic techniques are used to diagnose and treat different parts of the reproductive system:

  • Colposcopy- it is used in the examination of the cervix and the tissues of the vagina and vulva. It is performed with the help of a colposcope which allows for a better and enlarged view of the area which helps in distinguishing abnormal from normal tissue and take biopsies of the same.
  • Hysteroscopy- it is used in the examination of the uterine cavity or uterus. It helps in the diagnosis of intrauterine pathologies. It is performed with the help of a hysteroscope which has optical and light channels. It can also be used to perform operative surgery or biopsies.
  • Falloposcopy- it is used in the examination of the fallopian tubes.
  • Laproscopy - It is a surgical procedure that involves insertion of a narrow telescope like instrument through a small incision in the abdomen. This allows visualization of the abdominal and pelvic organs. The device used during this procedure is called a laproscope.

Symptoms

  • Abnormality on the pap smear
  • Abnormal appearance of the cervix
  • Pelvic pain
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Indications of the presence of cancer

Diagnosis

Endoscopy is used as a diagnostic procedure for, or in the treatment of the following conditions:

  • To confirm the presence of adhesions, Polyps or Septum
  • Tubal catheterization or sterilization
  • To obtain a biopsy of the ovaries
  • Treatment of ovarian abscess
  • Exploration of small ovarian cyst or excision of par ovarian cyst
  • Treatment of adenomyosis
  • Treatment of adhesions, Polyps or Septum
  • Excision of moderate to severe endometriosis

Treatment

The two main types of gynecological endoscopic surgical procedures are:

  • Hysteroscopy- hysteroscopy can be either diagnostic or operative. Operative hysteroscopy is used to treat a condition diagnosed during a diagnostic hysteroscopy. The doctor dilates or widens the cervix to create passage for the insertion of the hysteroscope. A liquid solution or carbon dioxide gas is inserted then inserted in the uterus in order to expand it. The light from the hysteroscope allows the doctor to view the inside of the uterus and identify and treat the condition. Surgery is performed by inserting small, long instruments through the hysteroscope itself.
  • Laparoscopy- it is performed by making small incisions in the abdomen. A small device with a camera on one end is inserted through one of these incisions. Small, long surgical equipments are inserted through other smaller incisions in order to perform the surgery.

Complications

Complications from an endoscopy are unusual, but there is a possibility that the following conditions may occur:-

  • A hole or tear in the are being examined
  • Bleeding
  • Risk of infection
  • Injury to the cervix, bowel, bladder or uterus
  • Fever
  • Reaction to the anesthesia administered during the procedure
  • Heavy vaginal bleeding or discharge
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Intrauterine scarring

Post procedure

Endoscopic surgeries are more advanced and less invasive as compared to open surgeries. The recovery time is usually shorter as compared to a traditional surgery and the patient also experiences comparatively lesser pain. In many cases the patient can go home on the day of the surgery or on the next day itself. 

Endoscopy refers to looking inside the body for medical purposes using a special device called an endoscope. Endoscopy is also used to diagnose and treat problems with the female reproductive system such as infertility, vaginal hemorrages, endometrial polyps and others. Gynecological endoscopy enables  a surgical procedure without the need of a major operation. The recovery is therefore prompt compared to traditional open surgeries.

The following particular endoscopic techniques are used to diagnose and treat different parts of the reproductive system:

  • Colposcopy- it is used in the examination of the cervix and the tissues of the vagina and vulva. It is performed with the help of a colposcope which allows for a better and enlarged view of the area which helps in distinguishing abnormal from normal tissue and take biopsies of the same.
  • Hysteroscopy- it is used in the examination of the uterine cavity or uterus. It helps in the diagnosis of intrauterine pathologies. It is performed with the help of a hysteroscope which has optical and light channels. It can also be used to perform operative surgery or biopsies.
  • Falloposcopy- it is used in the examination of the fallopian tubes.
  • Laproscopy - It is a surgical procedure that involves insertion of a narrow telescope like instrument through a small incision in the abdomen. This allows visualization of the abdominal and pelvic organs. The device used during this procedure is called a laproscope.

Symptoms

  • Abnormality on the pap smear
  • Abnormal appearance of the cervix
  • Pelvic pain
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Indications of the presence of cancer

Diagnosis

Endoscopy is used as a diagnostic procedure for, or in the treatment of the following conditions:

  • To confirm the presence of adhesions, Polyps or Septum
  • Tubal catheterization or sterilization
  • To obtain a biopsy of the ovaries
  • Treatment of ovarian abscess
  • Exploration of small ovarian cyst or excision of par ovarian cyst
  • Treatment of adenomyosis
  • Treatment of adhesions, Polyps or Septum
  • Excision of moderate to severe endometriosis

Treatment

The two main types of gynecological endoscopic surgical procedures are:

  • Hysteroscopy- hysteroscopy can be either diagnostic or operative. Operative hysteroscopy is used to treat a condition diagnosed during a diagnostic hysteroscopy. The doctor dilates or widens the cervix to create passage for the insertion of the hysteroscope. A liquid solution or carbon dioxide gas is inserted then inserted in the uterus in order to expand it. The light from the hysteroscope allows the doctor to view the inside of the uterus and identify and treat the condition. Surgery is performed by inserting small, long instruments through the hysteroscope itself.
  • Laparoscopy- it is performed by making small incisions in the abdomen. A small device with a camera on one end is inserted through one of these incisions. Small, long surgical equipments are inserted through other smaller incisions in order to perform the surgery.

Complications

Complications from an endoscopy are unusual, but there is a possibility that the following conditions may occur:-

  • A hole or tear in the are being examined
  • Bleeding
  • Risk of infection
  • Injury to the cervix, bowel, bladder or uterus
  • Fever
  • Reaction to the anesthesia administered during the procedure
  • Heavy vaginal bleeding or discharge
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Intrauterine scarring

Post procedure

Endoscopic surgeries are more advanced and less invasive as compared to open surgeries. The recovery time is usually shorter as compared to a traditional surgery and the patient also experiences comparatively lesser pain. In many cases the patient can go home on the day of the surgery or on the next day itself. 

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