Manhattan Reproductive Surgery Center

65 Broadway, 21st Floor

New York, NY 10006

 

Phone: 212.818.0001  |  Fax: 212.818.0090

The MRSC Difference

 

Offering the most modern and comprehensive approach to your reproductive health, Dr. Kofinas has helped develop laparoscopic techniques that are being utilized by countless physicians across the five boroughs. 

Through Dr. Kofinas’s leadership, MRSC stands at the cutting-edge of technology and offers unparalleled standards of patient care, routinely taking on surgical cases when no one else will.

We specialize in minimally invasive laparoscopic surgeries that are optimally designed to give you the maximum outcome. 
 

LAPAROSCOPY


Laparoscopy is an outpatient surgical procedure that involves a narrow fiber optic scope inserted through a tiny incision near your navel.


Why is it a better choice? 
 

Unlike traditional open or robotic surgeries, our revolutionary laparoscopic techniques are minimally invasive, offering:

  • Faster recovery times

  • Lower rates of infection

  • Less visible scarring 

 

Types of procedures 
 

All laparoscopic surgeries:
 

  • Checking fallopian tubes to see if they’re open, reversal of fallopian tube blockages, removal of fallopian tubes (either for prior sterilization procedures or blockages for unknown reasons)

  • Salpingostomy/Fimbrioplasty
    Removal of fibroids (Adenomyosis)

  • Laparoscopic diagnosis & removal of endometriosis (Stages 1-4)

  • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy – removal of cysts on the ovaries

  • Laparoscopic lysis (removal) of adhesions and restoration of normal pelvic anatomy

HYSTEROSCOPY


A hysteroscopy is an outpatient procedure used to locate and remove scar tissue and other abnormalities inside your uterus. The procedure involves using a narrow fiber optic scope inserted through the cervix into the uterine cavity.


Hysteroscopies:
 

  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy

  • Hysteroscopic removal of polyps

  • Hysteroscopic treatment and resection of uterine septum 

  • Hysteroscopic resection of fibroids (hysteroscopic myomectomy)

  • Dilation and curettage for both diagnostic and therapeutic treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding

  • Hysteroscopic lysis of adhesions