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.
- 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.