Surgeries Performed with Hysteroscopy and Description
- Diagnostic Hysteroscopy
- Asherman’s Syndrome (Intrauterine adhesions)
- Endometrial Polyp
- Intrauterine Fetal Bones
- Tubal cannulation for proximal Tubal Block
- Uterine septum
- Cervical stenosis
- Misplaced IUCD
- Submucus fibroid resection
- T shaped uterus & lateral wall Adhesiolysis
- Total occlusion of uterine cavity Total Amenorrohea
- Trance cervical resection of Endometrium(TCRE)
- Tubal occusor device Insertion
Procedure Description in Brief Hysteroscopy
What is Hysteroscopy?
Hystero = Uterus
Scopy = to see
The procedure of examining the uterus from inside is called hysteroscopy.
A hysteroscope is a thin telescope that is inserted into the uterus through the vagina and cervix, the scope is thin 1.9 to 2.9mm. The toul helps doctor to diagnose or treat uterine problem.
In Hysteroscopy patient is given anesthesia, and then after a thin telescope of 1.9 to 2.9mm is inserted through cervix and entered into uterus under continuous monitoring.
How Hysteroscopy is done?
- Wall of uterus, entrance of fallopian tubes and mouth of uterus-cervix are systematically checked.
- if any problem is seen than is treated with operation at the same time.
Patient is given ice-cream or liquid food after 2 hours and then can go home.
When Hysteroscopy is done?
- In the treatment of Infertility
- Before test tube baby treatment.
- Frequent miscarriages.
- Surety or doubt of having any problem in uterus.
- Retain products of conception after miscarriages like fetal bones etc.
- Missing Coper-T
- Excess bleeding during menstrual cycle.
- Possibility of tuberculosis.
- Possibility of cancer.
- Possibility to remove foreign body from uterus..
Benefits of Hysteroscopy
- No scar is done on stomach.
- Fast recovery and discharge from hospital.
- Hysteroscopy is half day treatment, so night stay in hospital is not required.
With the help of high tech operations, complicated operation inside the uterus can be done without opening the stomach/abdomen.
Advantages of Doing Surgeries Through Hysteroscopy
Disadvantages of Doing Surgeries Through Hysteroscopy