HYSTEROSCOPY / LAPAROSCOPY
By performing a hysteroscopy, your physician can take a look inside your uterus and correct a few gynecological issues.
Under local anesthesia, the cervix and uterus are examined using a hysteroscope (a long, thin, lighted tube that is inserted into the vagina.
During a laparoscopic myomectomy, fibroids in the uterus that cause symptoms are removed.
Those who plan on having children after the treatment or who can’t become pregnant due to fibroids should consider this treatment.
Diagnostic tests HYSTEROSCOPY / LAPAROSCOPY
Hysteroscopy is a procedure performed to examine the uterus and correct some common gynecological problems.
Anesthesia is given before inserting the hysteroscope into the vagina to examine the cervix and uterus.
Hysteroscopy is generally an outpatient procedure that requires no hospitalization.
- In some operations, the surgeon can put the camera and the surgical tool through the same opening in the skin.
- This means less scarring. But it’s trickier for the surgeon because the instruments are so close together