MUDr. Miroslav Verner

Chief physician of Gynecology

Specialization: Gynecology

Clinics: AFI - Prague 6

Language skills: Czech English German

Curriculum Vitae


  • Diagnosis, treatment and counseling for women with complications of the external parts of the genitalia, vagina and cervix as well as women with pre-cancerous conditions  
  • Caring for women at risk during pregnancy
  • Gynecological outpatient single-day surgical procedures



  • 2002 - Graduation, Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague
  • 2005  - 1st degree attestation in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • 2007  - Specialization in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics



  • 2002 - 2015 : Institute for the Care of Mother and Child, Prague - supporting doctor, Lead Doctor of the gynecology practices, Lead Doctor of the Gynecology Post-Surgery Department
  • 2005 - ongoing : Canadian Medical, Prague
  • 3-6/2016 - Kreisklinik Bogen-Mallersdorf, Germany - Lead doctor of the Department of Gynecology
  • 2010 - 2015 - Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, Ústí nad Labem, university lecturer in the field of Gynecology as part of the Masters program for trained midwives. 



  • Aprobationsurkunde, Regierung von Oberbayern, München, Germany
  • Holder of the international FMF certificate for ultrasound screening in pregnancy


Membership in professional associations:

  • Czech Medical Chamber
  • Czech Gynecological and Obstetrical Society of the Czech Medical Society of J. E. Purkyně
  • International Society for Ultrasound in Gynecology and Obstetrics (ISUOG) 


Publication and lecturing activities:

  • Author of a chapter in a monograph titled Kolposkopie děložního hrdla (Authors: MUDr. R. Turyna, Doc. MUDr. J. Sláma)
  • Publishing activities in Czech professional journals
  • Long-term external cooperator with the Maminka magazine
  • Active participation on local or foreign congresses:
    • 2006 International Gynecologic Cancer Society Congress, Santa Monica, USA
    • 2007 European Society of Gynecologic Oncology Congress, Berlin, Germany
    • 2010 International Gynecological Cancer Society Congress, Praha, Czech Republic
    • 2012 International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark

Related articles

13. 08. 2018 Self-examination of the Breasts: When to Pay Attention?

Self-examination of the breasts is one of the simplest methods of ensuring a timely detection of breast cancer. The examination should be carried out each month, between the fifth and tenth day from the onset of menstruation. Let’s explore how breasts should be examined and when you should see a doctor. 

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. 

23. 04. 2018 Drainage, marsupialization and extirpation of Bartholin glands

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.

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