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Modern medicine can be effective only with adoption of innovations. In the Medical Home Odrex for treatment of patients they use the most modern, highly informative and, at the same time, sparing methods. One of them — is the endoscopic method of  hysteroscopy.

The procedure is the "office" one , it means that the woman leaves the clinic on the day of the procedure. The intervention did not reduce the ability to work and quality of life.

This technique allows you to explore the canal of the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes mouth for making a diagnosis. Also with the help of this  non-traumatic method it is possible to perform a wide range of surgical procedures without incisions and sutures, i.e. through natural anatomical holes.

Hysteroscope is a thin telescopic instrument that looks like a lit pipe, which is located at the end of the camera. Modern hysteroscopes are so thin that they can be imposed without or with minimal expansion of the cervix. With fibre-optic technology the image of the uterine cavity is transmitted to the monitor with magnification, and the examination of  the smallest details is available.

There are two types of hysteroscopy — diagnostic and surgical. The diagnostic hysteroscopy is performed to investigate the uterus for an accurate diagnosis. The surgical hysteroscopy — is used for the correction of identified pathology. Hysteroscopy allows to fulfill the surgical intervention pointedly and accurately , with increased diagnostic accuracy, it also reduces the frequency of complications and relapses.

Indications for hysteroscopy:

  • Dysfunctional uterine bleeding;
  • Submucous uterine myoma;
  • Endometrial polyps;
  • Endometrial hyperplasia;
  • Suspicion of endometrial cancer;
  • Intrauterine synecheia (adhesions);
  • Adenomyosis (internal endometriosis);
  • Anomalies of the uterus;
  • A foreign body in the uterine cavity;
  • Metrorrhagia after pregnancy;
  • Infertility associated with uterine factor or tubal obstruction in primary departments;
  • Preparation for the aadditional reproductive technologies;
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of the treatment of endometrial hyperplasia (hyperplasia, polyps).

In Medical Home Odrex gynecologist Kulish Olga sees the patients.

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