Angie Mora Calderón

Angie Mora Calderón

Gynecology-ObstetricsGynecologic Oncology

Patient Demographics: Adult

"In pregnancy and birth communication is vital as well as in the management of gynecological problems. The prevention and treatment of cancer in an integral way is my priority.

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Procedures (97)

Gynecological ultrasound
Human papillomavirus (HPV) exam
Prenatal care
Axillary drainage
Bartholin gland abscess drainage
Bartholin's gland extirpation
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer surgery
Breast exam
Breast node surgery
Cervical pathology
Cervical, vaginal or vulvar polyp removal
Cervix biopsy
Cervix thermocoagulation
Cervix uteri conization
Cesarean postpartum hysterectomy
Childbirth preparation
CO2 laser for papilloma virus
Colposcopy and biopsy
Condyloma cauterization with acid
Copper T placement (Device included)
Diagnosis of sentinel node
Diagnostic laparoscopy
Electrocautery for genital warts
Endo metrectomy
Endometrial biopsy
Exploratory laparsocopy
First consultation
Gynecologic control
Gynecological cancer surgery
Hysteroscopic foreign object removal
Implanon Application
Inner labia or labia resection surgery
Intrauterine Device Placement (Device not included)
Intrauterine Device Placement (Includes device)
IUD removal procedure
Labia Surgery
Labiaplasty with genital design
Labor control and care
Laminaria placement
Laparoscopic adhesion release
Laparoscopic ectopic gestation
Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Laparoscopic surgery for ovarian cysts
Laparoscopic tube ligation surgery
Laparotomic tube ligation surgery
Laser for cervical dysplasias
Laser treatment for urinary incontinence
Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
Management of mild dysplasia laser
Manual Vacuum Aspiration
Multiple C-section (more than one baby)
Natural birth attention
Oncologic laparoscopic gynecological surgery
Online Medicine
Ovarian cystectomy
Pap monolayer
Pap smear
Pelvic endometriosis laparoscopy
Pelvic exam
Pelvic inflammatory disease laparoscopic treatment
Pelvic lymphadenectomy and / or aortic
Placement copper T (Device not included)
Post surgery follow-up
Postpartum salpingectomy
Radical hysterectomy
Radical trachelectomy
Salpingectomy transcesarean
Sentinel node biopsy
Single C-section (one baby)
Stress Urinary Incontinence laser
Tranvaginal echography
Tratamiento láser para verrugas genitales
Uterine dilation and curettage
Uterine prolapse surgery
Vaginal exam
Vaginal foreign growth removal
Vaginal Hysterectomy
Vaginal Rejuvenation
Vaginal tightening
Vaginal, juxta, or paracervical cyst removal
Vulva benign tumor removal
Vulva biopsy
Vulva enlargement
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Medical conditions (59)

Cervical dysplasia
Ovarian cancer
Uterus cancer
Vaginal bleeding
Abnormal fetal position
Abnormal Pap
Baby chromosomal (DNA) problems
Birth control pills
Breast cancer
Breast pain
Cervical cancer
Congenital problems in a baby
Ectopic pregnancy (eccysis)
Endometrial cancer
Endometrial hyperplasia
Fallopian tube cancer
Fetal abnormality
Fetal malformation
Fibroma (benign connective tissue tumor)
Gestational diabetes
Intrauterine growth restriction
Mammary duct ectasia
Menopause flashes
Menstruation pain
Missed menstrual period
Myoma (benign muscle tumor)
Ovarian abscess
Ovarian cyst
Ovarian mass growth
Pain during sex
Pelvic pain
Periductal inflammation
Perinuem cancer
Placenta previa
Polycystic ovary
Pregnant woman seizures (eclampsia)
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Recurrent miscarriage
Tuboovarian abscess
Uncontrolled menstruation
Vaginal burning
Vaginal cancer
Vaginal discharge
Vaginal itching
Vaginal thrush
Vomiting during pregnancy
Vulvar cancer
Yeast infection
Zuska disease
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General Info

About me

I studied medicine with the desire to help people and this is still my priority. From the field in which one works, one should always try to make every little thing the most important thing at all times, and try to do everything in the best way no matter what it is. Any issue that may be worrying one of my patients, I understand how important it is for her, and what she is going through on that particular time.
Maintaining a constant effort to improve and upgrade is an example instilled by my family and I stick to it in its entirety. Teaching, besides treating my patients, is fundamental, because information gives them the power to make appropriate decisions for their own welfare.


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  • Sub-specialty in Ginecologic Oncology. Universidad de Costa Rica - Facultad de Medicina. February 2007 - June 2011
  • Specialty in Gynecology and Obstetrics. Universidad de Costa Rica - Facultad de Medicina. February 2004 - 2007
  • Doctor and Surgery. Universidad de Costa Rica - Facultad de Medicina. February 1995 - 2001
  • Oncological Gynecology at Universidad de Costa Rica

  • First Central American Symposium on Deep Endometriosis

    August 2017 - August 2017

  • LXXVIII National Medical Congress

    November 2016

  • Organizing Committee - XVI National Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology

    May 2016

  • Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer - Society of Ginecologic Oncology (SGO). Chicago, USA

    April 2016

  • Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer - Society of Ginecologic Oncology (SGO). Chicago, USA


  • Professor at the XVI National Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Costa Rica 2014

    May 2014 - May 2014

  • Internship

    Gynecologic Laparoscopy


  • Physicians and Surgeons College of Costa Rica cod. MED6774 - active

    Medic and Surgeon - Costa Rica

  • Costa Rican Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AOG) 6774
  • Costa Rican Association of Gynecologic Oncology 6774
  • Medical Specialist Assistant at Gynecology and Obstetrics Unit at La Católica Hospital, Costa Rica
  • Gynecology Professor. Universidad de Costa Rica 2005-present
  • Toribio M, Gutiérrez M, Mora C. Tumor masculinizante del ovario (a propósito de un caso). Acta médica costarricense 46(4) oct. 2004.
  • Rojas P y Mora C. Angiomixoma gigante agresivo de la vulva: manejo de un caso. Revista Centroamericana de Obstetricia y Ginecología Vol. 15, número 2, abril junio 2010.
  • Sánchez G y Mora C. Caso 20-2015: Actinomicosis pélvica: Relación con Dispositivos Intrauterinos. Revista Clínica de la Escuela de Medicina UCR-HSJD. 2015;5(V):1-5.
  • Epidemiología del Cáncer de cérvix en Costa Rica -78 Congreso Médico Nacional, Costa Rica, noviembre 2016-