MUDr. Chod Jiří, Ph.D.
- Gynecological and endoscopic surgery and minimally-invasive therapy
- Expert colposcopy and treating of precancerous lesions of the uterine cervix
- Diagnosis and treatment of uterine bleeding, fibroids and endometriosis
- 1993 - Graduation, First Medical Faculty, Charles University, Prague
- 1996 - 1st degree attestation in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- 2000 - 2nd degree attestation in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- 2003- Czech Medical Chamber license to carry out the role of a Lead Doctor in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- 2004 - Professional course on “Gene-expression - Micro-Array”, AKH Gynecology Clinic, Vienna, Austria
- 2005 - Exam from statistics in biomedicine, exam from English medical terminology
- 2003 – 2008 : Postgradual study of biomedicine in the field of Experimental Surgery, topic: Breast Cancer and Immunology
- 2008 - Successful completion of postgradual studies and awarded the PhD. title, First Medical Faculty, Charles University, Prague
- 2009 – Certificate from the Ministry of Health for working as a doctor in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- 3/2009 - ongoing : Department of Gynecology and Minimally-Invasive Therapy, Na Homolce Hospital, Prague
- 4/1998 - 2/2009 : Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and the Motol University Hospital
- Senior support doctor, Lead doctor of the Intensive Care Unit since 2003
- From 2006, Lead Doctor of the Endoscopy practices
- 7/1994 - 3/1998 : Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Kladno City Hospital
- 8/1993 - 2/1994 : Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and the Motol University Hospital
- 3-6/1994 - Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Robert-Bosch Krankenhaus, Stuttgart, Germany
- 8/1992 - Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Malmö General Hospital, University of Lund, Sweden
- 9/1990 - Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Elkerliek Ziekenhuis, Eidhoven, The Netherlands
- Czech Medical Chamber license to serve as a lead doctor in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
- Functional license F017 - Expert colonoscopy
Membership in professional associations:
- Czech Medical Chamber
- Czech Gynecological and Obstetrical Society of the Czech Medical Society of J. E. Purkyně
- Active participation at local and international congresses
- Publication activities in local and international professional journals
19. 06. 2019 Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence can generally be defined as a loss of ability to consciously hold urine, and thus be able to determine the time when to empty your bladder. The condition causes an unwanted and involuntary leakage of urine, caused by the loss of bladder control. This condition can manifest whenever and wherever, during laughter, coughing, sneezing, or sports.
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate during pregnancy?
23. 04. 2018 Dilation and Curettage
23. 04. 2018 Hysteroscopy
Hysteroscopy is a surgical procedure whereby a doctor examines the state of the uterine cavity. To achieve this, a narrow tubular device which includes a light source as well as a camera is inserted through the endocervix and the cervical canal. The image is then transmitted to a display where the doctor can assess any changes that may be occurring in the uterine cavity.
Hysteroscopy can be a diagnostic procedure where the primary goal is to determine the source of any complications (such as irregular menstruation, infertility, uterine septum etc.) as well as a method of treatment where surgery is required (removal of polyps, septum or growth removals). The ideal timing for the procedures is immediately following the end of menstruation.
23. 04. 2018 Cervical Conization
Cervical conization is a minor gynecological procedure which involves the removal of a part of the cervix. The removed part often has the shape of a cone, hence the name of the procedure. The procedure is carried out on women who have been diagnosed with precancerous changes on the uterine cervix or other changes that indicate abnormal cytological or colposcopic findings.
Bartholin glands are a small pair of glands responsible for the secretion of a liquid that moistens external genitalia as well as the vaginal entrance. Unless the glands are swollen, it is generally not something that can be identified by touch. However, if it enlarges (cyst in the Bartholin gland), it is then detectable by touch. The formation that is identified can vary in size, flexibility but also in the amount of pain that it causes. It is located at the bottom edge of the labia majora. In such cases, it is sometimes necessary to clear the cyst with a surgical procedure. A small incision is then made with a scalpel that allows the liquid to flow freely. To ensure that the cyst does not reappear again, a small plastic tube is inserted in the channel - called a drain. In cases where the cyst reappears, it may be necessary to undergo its complete surgical removal - so called extirpation.
23. 04. 2018 Labioplasty
23. 04. 2018 Abortion
The purpose of this procedure is to end pregnancy. At the patient's own request, it can be carried out until the 12th week of pregnancy. The allowed time period is determined by law and starts from the first day of the last menstruation.
The reasons for carrying out this procedure can be the request of the patient as well as severe health issues where the pregnancy endangers the health and life of the patient.