hysteroscope


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hysteroscope

[′his·tə·rə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A uterine speculum with a reflector.
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In contrast, visualizing the cornu with a 0-degree scope would require manipulation of the entire hysteroscope, potentially increasing patient discomfort.
The researchers allowed for a 3- to 5-minute rest period to permit the block to set before the introduction of the hysteroscope and subsequent placement of the Essure device.
The instrument is placed through an offset lens continuous-flow hysteroscope with an outer diameter of 6.
Once you add the office hysteroscope to your diagnostic armamentarium, you will find it difficult to imagine practicing ambulatory gynecology without it.
PATIENT'S CLAIM The injury occurred when the ObGyn pushed the resection loop of the hysteroscope through the uterus, burning a hole in the uterus and the colon.
I still like my conventional hysteroscope, but you can see how this would be less frustrating," she said.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Hysteroscope and Hysteroresectoscope for Health Department, U.
Use of a tenaculum when placing a hysteroscope produces a similar result and can add an element of safety to uterine access, especially when the uterus is significantly flexed (FIGURE 1).
1) The procedure requires that the cervical canal be dilated enough to allow passage of the hysteroscope.
But he found that the IUD easily can be replaced as follows: Just insert the IUD in the hysteroscope sheath and then use the hysteroscope itself as the obturator to neatly replace the IUD under direct vision.
What steps can the ObGyn take to reduce the difficulty of the procedure, particularly insertion of the hysteroscope through the cervical canal?