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HYSTEROSCOPY, A MINIMALLY INVASIVE METHOD FOR DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF UTERINE INFERTILITY
Nora (Dumitriu) Miron, Ivona Anghelache-Lupașcu, Demetra Socolov,
Cristina David, R.Socolov
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
"Gr T. Popa " University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2011; 7 (1): 71-77
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Abstract:

Hysteroscopy is an endoscopic procedure which consists of introducing a telescope connected to a camera through the dilated cervical canal into the uterine cavity for the visualisation of the cervical canal, uterine cavity and tubal ostiums. It is a minimally invasive method that allows diagnosis and / or treatment of a wide variety of pathologies affecting the proper functionality of internal female genitalia (menstrual and reproductive function). Objectives: It seeks to examine both the frequency and types of endouterine pathology involved in female infertility (intrauterine adhesions, fibroids, polyps, endometritis, adenomiosis). .Material and methods: The study was conducted on 161 infertile patients admitted in  "Cuza Voda" Hospital, Iasi, between January 2008 - March 2010. Results: We have investigated patients aged 21-41 years (mean 31 years) with primary infertility - 66 cases (40.99%) and secondary infertility - 95 cases (59.01%). All patients were examined by hysteroscopy combined with laparoscopy for an infertility investigation protocol under general anaesthesia. There was no recorded incident or complication. Conclusions: Hysteroscopy proved to be a useful and relatively “easy to perform” manoeuvre in the diagnosis and treatment of endouterine pathology. It is important to note that one can identify diseases not diagnosed by ultrasound or hysterosalpingography (endometriosis and filmy adhesions).

KEY WORDS: FEMALE UTERINE INFERTILITY; HYSTEROSCPY; ENDOMETRIAL PATHOLOGY

Correspondence to: Nora (Dumitriu) Miron, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology "Gr T. Popa " University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania, Tel: 0722299940, e-mail:



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