Hysteroscopy is a gynecological procedure used in the diagnosis and treatment of such disorders as abnormal bleeding, recurrent miscarriages or fertility disorders.
Diagnostic hysteroscopy plays an important role in the prevention and diagnosis of uterine mucosal pathology, including precancerous and neoplastic conditions. The procedure starts with the evaluation of the cervical canal and the recognition of abnormalities of the interior of the uterus. All thanks to a specialized optical device, optical fibers and a video camera. During surgical hysteroscopy, such changes as fibroids, polyps and adhesions are removed – that is, uterine abnormalities causing pain, bleeding and problems with getting pregnant.