Hysteroscopy is a process that allows the doctor to look into the uterus to diagnose and treat the causes of abnormal bleeding. Historoscopy is used in the hirroscope, a thin, light tube that is inserted into the vagina to examine the cervix and inside the uterus. Hysteroscopy can either be diagnosed or operative.
Diagnostic historoscopy is used to diagnose uterus problems. Diagnostic historoscopy is also used to confirm the results of other tests, such as hystorosalogropy (HSG). HSG is an x-ray dye test that is used to check uterus and fallopian tubes. Diagnostic historoscopy can sometimes be done in the establishment of an office.
A histroscopy is a way for a doctor to see the lining of uterus. He / she uses a thin monitoring device called the hiroscope. The tip of the historoscope is inserted into your vagina and gradually move it to the uterus with the cervix. Hysteroscope has a light and camera, so the doctor can see the lining on a video screen.
A hystoroscopy can be done to detect the cause of an abnormal bleeding or bleeding that occurs after a woman has passed a menopause.It can also be done to see if any problem in your uterus prevents you from becoming pregnant (infertility), a historoscopy can be used to remove the increase in uterus, such as fibroids or polyps.
Doctor may take a small sample of tissue (biopsy). For the problem the sample is seen under a microscope. Another surgery, called laparoscopy, can only be done in the form of historoscopy if infertility is a problem.
Doctors may perform historoscopy to fix the following uterine conditions:
- Polyps and fibroids hyroscoscopy are used to remove these non-cancerous growths found in the uterus.
- The adhesion of the uterus consists of tissue bands that can be made in the uterus and can also cause infertility along with the flow of menstruation. Hysteroscopy can help doctor locate and remove the adhesions.
- Septums Hyperoscopy can help determine whether you have uterine septum, a deformity of the uterus present from the birth.
- Abnormal bleeding - Hysteroscopy can help to identify the causes of heavy or long menstruation, as well as bleeding during or after menopause. Endometrial dissociation is a process in which the use of histroscopes along with other instruments is used
to destroy the uterus layer to treat some causes of heavy bleeding.
Apart from other, more aggressive procedures, histroscopy can provide the following benefits:
- -small hospital
- Recovery time small
- Less pain medication is required after surgery
- Prevention of hysterectomy
- Possible avoidance of "open" abdominal surgery