Head of Certified Endometriosis Centre
Head of Fibroid Centre
Garri Tchartchian MD
Specialist for Ostetrics and Gynaecology
Specialist for Endocrinology and Reproductive Medicine
AGE certification minimally invasive surgery MIC III
AGO Certification Oncological Diagnostics and Therapy
- Abdominal hysterectomy in case of endometriosis
- Abdominal hysterectomy in case of myomas
- Abdominoscopies for diagnostic purposes
- Endometrial reconstruction
- Excision of ovarian endometrial cysts
- Myomectomy, laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures
- Organ-preserving ovarian interventions
- Plastic surgical procedures for the treatment of cystoceles and rectoceles
- Resections of urinary bladder, ureter, colon and rectum in case of deep infiltrating endometriosis
- Surgery in cases of infertility
- Surgical interventions for urinary incontinence
- Surgical interventions on ureter and urinary bladder
Symptoms and Diagnoses
Garri Tchartchian is the head of the Fibroid Center of Excellence, MIC Berlin, team leader for reproductive medicine and uterine diseases, and head of the certified clinical-scientific endometriosis center of the Klinik für MIC Berlin (Level III). He holds the award of the surgical qualification AGE certification minimally invasive surgery MIC III, as well as the AGO certification oncological diagnostics and therapy, additional designation reproductive medicine and gynecological endocrinology. Since 2010, Dr. Tchartchian has been active in the hospital as a surgeon and consultant for all gynaecological problems, in particular the so-called “Difficult Cases” in the field of fibrotherapy and endometriosis. Dr. Tchartchian has developed a new surgical technique for the treatment of difficult cases in fibrotherapy, the “Change over Technique”. This technique is used successfully in routine practice in the hospital. Dr. Tchartchian is a leading expert and one of the very few surgeons to perform surgery on very large fibroids using minimally invasive surgical techniques. A particularly gentle surgical technique, the so-called PUR (plastic uterine reconstruction), was developed and modified for patients who wish to have children or who wish to retain the organ structures of the uterus. Dr. med. Tchartchian has been coordinating the annual symposium for endoscopy and endometriosis for 8 years and is an active member of various societies as well as author of numerous publications and recipient of many awards.
Award of the magazine “Hoerzu” – Dr. med. Tchartchian belongs to the Top 10 Gynaecologists and Top 100 Doctors in Germany
Award “Leading medicine germany”
Certificate: “The “Deutsche Verlag für Gesundheitsinformation” awards this prize in recognition of outstanding achievements as a proven international expert.
LASH in Severely Enlarged Uterine Leiomyoma: Removal of a Uterus of 4065 g.
Laparoscopic Ureteral Reimplantation in Endometriosis: A Severe Case.
The Laparoscopic-Assisted Combined Hysterectomy: A New Surgical Concept Compared to the Classical Laparoscopic-Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy by a Prospective Study.
Long term follow-up concerning safety and efficacy of novel adhesion prophylactic agent for laparoscopic myomectomy in the prospective randomized ADBEE study.
How to avoid risks for patients in minimal-access trials: Avoiding complications in clinical first-in-human studies by example of the ADBEE study.
Malignancy rate of 10,731 uteri morcellated during laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy (LASH).
Evaluation of SprayShield™ Adhesion Barrier in a single center: randomized controlled study in 15 women undergoing reconstructive surgery after laparoscopic myomectomy.
Postoperative patient satisfaction after laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy.
Laparoscopic sacropexy: a retrospective analysis of perioperative complications and anatomical outcomes.
Desmoid tumor of the anterior abdominal wall in female patients: comparison with endometriosis.
A review of the problematic adhesion prophylaxis in gynaecological surgery.
Laparoscopic sacropexy: a retrospective analysis of the subjective outcome in 310 cases.
A new variable-view rigid endoscope evaluated in advanced gynecologic laparoscopy: a pilot study.
Laparoscopic myomectomy in patients with uterine myomas associated with infertility.
Intra-abdominal adhesions: definition, origin, significance in surgical practice, and treatment options.
Decreasing strain on the surgeon in gynecologic minimally invasive surgery by using semi-active robotics.
Saving time during laparoscopy using a new, wall anchoring trocar device.
Awareness and perception of intra-abdominal adhesions and related consequences: survey of gynaecologists in German hospitals.
No more abdominal hysterectomy for myomata using a new minimally-invasive technique.
DNA damage induced by cis- and carboplatin as indicator for in vitro sensitivity of ovarian carcinoma cells.
Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy: a retrospective analysis of 1000 cases.
Minilaparoscopy below the left costal border with radially expanding STEP-Trocar-System in patients with previous pelvic surgery–results of a pilot study.
Professional Association of Gynaecologists, BVF
German Society for Gynaecology and Obstetrics, DGGG
Working Group Gynaecological Endoscopy, AGE
European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy, ESGE
American Association for Gynaecology Laparoscopic, AAGL