Contact Us


Phone

702-345-2122

Email

info@mesquiteobgyn.com

Location

1301 Bertha Howe Avenue
Suite 2 Mesquite
NV 89027

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Cancer Testing and Treatment

Leading-edge diagnostics

Accurate diagnosis is the first step toward minimizing health risks and problems, especially when it comes to the threat of cancer. When a Pap test or pelvic exam indicates a problem, we use advanced 3D ultrasound technology for gynecological testing. We also offer digital mammograms through our association with Mesa View Regional Hospital. Our goal is to catch any cancer early in its development and keep it from progressing.

Advanced ultrasound

Our highly trained and experienced sonographer, Barbara, has been with the practice since 2004 and has the expertise to provide all the critical information we need to evaluate gynecological health. 3D ultrasound is safe and noninvasive. For gynecological care, ultrasound testing enables us to view all the organs within the female pelvic region and test for such things as ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids or masses.

Colposcopy

Dr. Ofori may perform an in-office colposcopy when a Pap smear is inconclusive. The colposcopy allows Dr. Ofori to have an enlarged view of the cervix, with the purpose of assessing potential problems including cervical cancer. You may experience some minor cramping. Recovery time is immediate.

Hysteroscopy

We do this nonsurgical, in-office procedure to check for endometrial cancer as well as to find the cause of abnormal bleeding or infertility or to remove growths, such as fibroids or polyps. A hysteroscopy involves inserting a tiny probe, called a hysteroscope, through the vagina and cervix and into the uterus. The probe has a light and camera attached to it so we can look at the lining of the uterus on a video screen.

Hysteroscopy

We do this nonsurgical, in-office procedure to check for endometrial cancer as well as to find the cause of abnormal bleeding or infertility or to remove growths, such as fibroids or polyps. A hysteroscopy involves inserting a tiny probe, called a hysteroscope, through the vagina and cervix and into the uterus. The probe has a light and camera attached to it so we can look at the lining of the uterus on a video screen.


Our Services Included

Colposcopy

Immediate recovery time

Hysteroscopy

Non-surgical and in-house