hysteroscope


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hysteroscope

[′his·tə·rə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A uterine speculum with a reflector.
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I do premedicate patients--especially nulliparous patients and postmenopausal patients with stenotic cervices--with Cytotec (misoprostol) to facilitate an easier entry of the hysteroscope into the cervix.
Diagnostic hysteroscopy with a 3-mm flexible hysteroscope, in fact, does not require any anesthesia.
Endoscopes designed to view the inside of the uterus are known as hysteroscopes.
Routine hysteroscopy was done using the Betocchi hysteroscope (Storz[R]) to evaluate the uterine cavity before laparoscopy.
Hysteroctopy - hysteroscope is passed through the cervix, allowing diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis.
The average procedure time from insertion to removal of the hysteroscope was 12 minutes.
Stratford Town Council donated some of the money needed to buy a pounds 10,000 hysteroscope, and the Mayor of Stratford, Cllr Juliet Short presented it to Dr Jo Alliston and Dr Julia Jones, partners of the Chestnut Walk Surgery, that will use it.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Laparoscopic Surgery Set with Hysteroscope & Resectoscope with High Definition Camera & Monitor for OBS &GYNAE dept.
The end point may be subtle, but continuous movement from one ostium to the other with the hysteroscope, and a uniform appearance of the uterine fundus, should be achieved.
Jay Cooper, medical director of Women's Health Research, Phoenix, described the insertion procedure "as the simplest of operative hysteroscopic procedures, performed with a hysteroscope similar to that used in diagnostic evaluations.
In all, 90% (110 of 122) of attempted fibroid resections were successful with use of a conventional hysteroscope, glycine for uterine distention, and a local anesthetic, Dr.