The Gynaecology Unit’s objective is that of providing patients a complete treatment program, from diagnosis to the medical and surgical diagnosis of all gynaecological disorders. The majority of surgical procedures to treat benign and oncological pathologies are performed with mini invasive techniques (laparoscopic and robotic surgery), that not only respect women’s bodily and aesthetic integrity but also have the advantage of reducing post-operative pain, days in hospital and complications, with the same quality and efficacy as traditional surgery. Over the years the team has gained a great deal of experience in the field of mini invasive gynaecological surgery, and when indicated the operation can be performed with the help of the Da Vinci robot. The mini invasive technique is used to treat benign disorders of the ovaries and salpinx, endometriosis, uterine disorders (myomectomy or hysterectomy, when possible) and genital prolapse in young women. Laparoscopic surgery is also indicated to treat cancers, including those to the womb and neck of the womb (K-portio) and “borderline” ovarian cancers. The other gynaecological disorders are treated vaginally or laparotomically (cut on the abdomen): the womb is removed vaginally if for genital prolapse or, in certain cases, fibroids or other pathology; whereas the laparotomic route is reserved for patients with genital neoplasia, where laparoscopic or robotic surgery is not feasible or indicated. Clinic activities include a 360 degree diagnosis and treatment pathway including general gynaecology dedicated services (standard appointment with possible smear test), ultrasound scan (abdominal or transvaginal, hysterosonography), colposcopy/vulvoscopy, to benign gynaecological disorders and urogynae and onco-gynae disorders.