Hysteroscopy is a diagnostic and surgical procedure that makes examining the inside of the uterus possible without making an incision. During a hysteroscopy, a thin lighted tube is inserted through the vagina and cervix and into the uterus. Typically, the procedure is performed to diagnose or treat abnormal bleeding.

Operative Hysteroscopy

This procedure is used to view the uterine cavity and remove polyps and fibroids that may contribute to heavy bleeding. An operative hysteroscopy involves inserting a thin lighted tube into the uterus through the vagina and a dilated cervix. The thin tube transmits images to a video system to guide your doctor during the procedure.

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