Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive method of examination, which consists in a direct examination of the uterine cavity with a hysteroscope – thin a tube that penetrates through the cervix into the uterine cavity for research and treatment. There are diagnostic (office) and operative (hysteroresectoscopy) hysteroscopy.

It is worth noting that Damia Medical Center is equipped with new, modern equipment for hysteroscopy (Karl Stotz and Soring). No incisions are made during hysteroscopy. The hysteroscope is inserted through the natural genital tract (vagina, cervix) directly into the uterus. To dilate the uterine cavity (it is needed in order to better examine the uterine cavity) through a hysteroscope under pressure, fluid is injected.

The video camera and the light sensor of the hysteroscope display on the screen of the monitor the image of a cavity of a uterus, a cervical channel, openings of fallopian tubes magnified several times. Hysteroscopy can be diagnostic or therapeutic, and we have recently started office hysteroscopy.

involves the insertion of a hysteroscope without the use of mirrors and without any prior anesthesia, ie without anesthesia. The procedure is almost painless.

Office hysteroscopy is a unique procedure because it has the highest level of evidence. It allows you to see and document the detected pathology. Indications for office hysteroscopy are:

  • diagnosis of chronic endometritis;
  • diagnosis and removal of small polyps of the uterine cavity;
  • diagnosis and removal of any polyps of the cervical canal;
  • diagnosis of other pathology of the cervical canal – dysplastic changes of the cervical canal with the possibility of targeted biopsy, atresia of the cervical canal;
  • detection and removal of the Navy;
  • determination of fallopian tube patency. The method is as accurate and sensitive as the metrosalpingography procedure (determination of uterine patency using radiography).

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