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【Gynecological Endoscopy】Hysteroscopy

Released on Jan. 25, 2022

Hysteroscopy is a new, minimally invasive gynecological diagnosis and treatment technique that can be used to diagnose, treat and follow up intrauterine lesions. Hysteroscopy can not only determine the location, size, appearance and scope of the lesion, but also make a detailed observation of the tissue structure on the surface of the lesion, and take materials or locate the curettage under direct vision, which greatly improves the diagnosis of intrauterine diseases. Accuracy, update, develop and make up for the deficiencies of traditional diagnosis and treatment methods.

Hysteroscopy can visually find: various abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine submucosal fibroids, endometrial polyps, female infertility, uterine malformation, displacement, incarceration, ruptured IUD Early diagnosis of cervical cancer and endometrial cancer.

Advantages of hysteroscopy

Accurate measurement: High-tech minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment equipment can achieve accurate measurement of intrauterine lesions to the greatest extent;

More accurate diagnosis: High-tech fiber light source endoscope, including hysteroscope, energy system, light source system, perfusion system and imaging system, is more direct, accurate, reliable, reduces missed diagnosis, significantly improves the diagnostic accuracy, not only can directly see Examining the physiological and pathological lesions in the uterus, it can also unblock blocked fallopian tubes, remove submucosal fibroids, or remove the endometrium that causes bleeding;

Surgery without laparotomy: a model of minimally invasive surgery, hysteroscopic surgery has the characteristics of less pain, less bleeding, shorter operation time, faster postoperative recovery, shorter hospital stay, fewer complications, and no impact on ovarian function. Physiological integrity, minimal trauma.

Indications for hysteroscopy

1. abnormal uterine bleeding before and after menopause;

2. Diagnose or decide whether to remove submucosal fibroids or endometrial polyps through the cervix;

3. Locating or removing a lost IUD;

4. Evaluate abnormal images on hysterosalpingography;

5. Evaluate abnormal uterine echoes or space-occupying lesions on B-ultrasound;

6. Diagnose intrauterine adhesions and try to separate them;

7. Check for cervical or intrauterine causes of repeated habitual miscarriages or pregnancy failures;

8. Check for intrauterine causes of unexplained infertility;

9. Early diagnosis of endometrial cancer, etc.

Hysteroscopy should be performed within 3-7 days after menstruation is clean, so the endometrium is thin, the lesions in the uterine cavity are easily exposed, and the bleeding is less.

Precautions for hysteroscopy: blood pressure, pulse, and body temperature should be measured before surgery to understand cardiopulmonary conditions and vaginal cleanliness. Patients with genital tract inflammation, uterine trauma, and cervical stenosis in the near future are prohibited from doing this examination.