Hysteroscopy is a kind of equipment that can be both checked and treated. Hysteroscopy can be divided into two types: straight tube type and curved tube type. Utilizing hysteroscopic minimally invasive treatment techniques, abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine polyps, uterine remnants, submucous myoma, adenomyoma, uterine deformity, endometrial lesions, infertility and other aspects of the examination and pathological materials can be found, early endometrial cancer, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids Uterine septum, etc. can be resolved by hysteroscopy. The general hysteroscopic surgery only needs 10-20 minutes, no blood or bleeding during the operation, with less bleeding, less trauma, quick recovery and other advantages, for women who can not tolerate open surgery and do not want to resect the uterus to provide more opportunities to enjoy health. This technique has been accepted by more and more patients because of no abdominal incision, minimal trauma, preservation of the integrity of the uterus, no impairment of endocrine function, no destruction of pelvic floor structure, no complications of laparotomy, short hospitalization time, and rapid postoperative recovery.
Of course, hysteroscopic surgery has contraindications: active uterine bleeding, acute genital inflammation, recent uterine perforation or uterine surgery history.
"It can be said that the development and application of hysteroscopy and laparoscopy, so that the original open, invasive gynecological diagnosis and treatment methods are gradually replaced by endoscopic surgery and minimally invasive methods, this revolutionary change has brought a major impact on the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological tumors."