Hysteroscopy is a procedure by which a hysteroscope is placed through the cervix in the uterus, allowing visualization of the uterine cavity. In operative hysteroscopy, instruments are placed through the hysteroscope to correct certain infertility conditions like fibroids, scar tissue and endometritis.
At Gynescope, we pass a flexible or rigid telescope-like instrument through the vagina to inspect the cervix and inside of the uterus for defects. Surgery designed to correct such defects or remove any unwanted tissues can be carried out. Making use of a rigid hysteroscope, we have been able to treat abnormal defects within the uterus, remove fibroids, adhesions and sometimes even fetal bones from a previous late abortion, which can prevent conception. Major open surgeries are prevented with the use of the hysteoscope.