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Hysteroscopic tubal cannulation

In some infertile patients the fallopian tubes necessary for the passage of the egg and the ovum is blocked near their entry into the uterus. These types of blocks called cornual blocks can sometimes be removed by passing a tube through the uterus negotiating through the block and into the fallopian tube using the hysteroscope.

Hysteroscopic myomectomy:

Sometimes fibroids protrude into the cavity of the uterus causing heavy bleeding. In such cases if their size is less than 5cm, they can be removed through the hysteroscope using electric current. There is no scar on the abdomen and no incision need be made into the muscle of the uterus. The patient goes home the next day absolutely painfree.

Hysteroscopic septal resection, adhesiolysis,etc

Some patients abort repetitively and when an X-ray is taken they are found to have some structural abnormality like a fibrous wall in the centre(Septum) , some adhesions between the walls of the uterus or some abnormality in the shape of the uterus. These can be corrected through the hysteroscope after which the patient has excellent prospects of carrying the pregnancy to term.

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Hysteroscopic tubal cannulation

In some infertile patients the fallopian tubes necessary for the passage of the egg and the ovum is blocked near their entry into the uterus. These types of blocks called cornual blocks can sometimes be removed by passing a tube through the uterus negotiating through the block and into the fallopian tube using the hysteroscope.

Hysteroscopic myomectomy:

Sometimes fibroids protrude into the cavity of the uterus causing heavy bleeding. In such cases if their size is less than 5cm, they can be removed through the hysteroscope using electric current. There is no scar on the abdomen and no incision need be made into the muscle of the uterus. The patient goes home the next day absolutely painfree.

Hysteroscopic septal resection, adhesiolysis,etc

Some patients abort repetitively and when an X-ray is taken they are found to have some structural abnormality like a fibrous wall in the centre(Septum) , some adhesions between the walls of the uterus or some abnormality in the shape of the uterus. These can be corrected through the hysteroscope after which the patient has excellent prospects of carrying the pregnancy to term.

  

 

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