Surgical hysteroscopy

The surgical hysteroscopy is a clinical procedure that involves the introduction of an optical instrument (a tube with lighting connected to a video camera and a monitor television ) through the vulva and vagina which allows the physician to look inside Specialist the uterine cavity. As an enclosed space, it is necessary to distend the cavity. This generally used saline. It is a minimally invasive technique to diagnose some intrauterine pathologies that could not be clearly identified with other medical tests, such as a cancer or polyp. The surgical hysteroscopy requires general or local anesthesia, and the patient returns home the same day of the intervention. The technique usually presents further complications.