We provide professional support in Histeroscopy.
As the name suggests, hysteroscopy (hystero = uterus;
scopy = seeing) is the application of an endoscope into the uterus to examine
the lining on its inner surface. The method can aid in the diagnosis of
various uterine problems that can cause infertility, such as:
– Under-mucosal (internal) fibroids
– Endometrium polyps
– Uterine compartments and other congenital malformations.
Before hysteroscopy; Hysterosalpingography (radiography showing the uterus
and fallopian tubes) can be taken to obtain information about the uterus that
may be useful during surgery. Many doctors also do vaginal ultrasonography
as an assistant. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is usually an examination
performed in about 30 minutes with general or local anesthesia.
In the first step of hysteroscopy, the uterine neck
(cervix) is stretched and opened using a series of dilators. When the
dilatation is completed, the hysteroscope, which is a narrow, illuminated
optical device, is passed through the cervix and reached the lower end of the
uterus. A clear solution (Hsykon or glycine) or carbon dioxide gas is then
injected into the uterus through the hysteroscope. Solution or gas
introduced into the uterus; It expands the uterine cavity, cleans the
blood and mucus, and allows the surgeon to directly examine the uterine