Gynecologic applications of optical coherence tomography (OCT) are usually performed in combination with routine
diagnostic procedures: laparoscopy and colposcopy. In combination with laparoscopy OCT is employed for inspection of
fallopian tubes in cases of unrecognized infertility while in colposcopy it is used to identify cervix pathologies including
cancer. In this paper we discuss methods for increasing diagnostic efficacy of OCT application in these procedures. For
OCT-laparoscopy we demonstrate independent criteria for pathology recognition which allow to increase accuracy of
diagnostics. For OCT-colposcopy we report on application of device for controlled compression allowing to sense the
elasticity of the inspected cervix area and distinguish between neoplasia and inflammatory processes.