RP003

Surgical Hysteroscopy with Biopsy

  • Reproductive

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Surgical Hysteroscopy with Biopsy

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What is a Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy?

A Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy is a procedure used to diagnose and treat specific abnormalities of the uterus. A hysteroscope, which is a device composed of a telescopic tube with a light and camera, is inserted through the vagina and cervix into the uterus. The doctor looks inside the uterus using a monitor, to determine if biopsies or other treatments are necessary.

Why would I get a Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy?

Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy is used to determine the cause of unexplained infertility and heavy menstrual bleeding, as well as identify and remove fibroids, polyps, or any other foreign object inside the uterus. It can help detect uterine cancer in its early stages.

What happens during a Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy?

During the procedure, a saline solution is pumped into the uterus and then a hysteroscope is inserted into the cervix to expand the uterine walls, allowing the doctor to clearly view the uterus, cervix, and surrounding organs. A biopsy is taken when the doctor finds an area of concern such as an abnormal growth.

What to expect after a Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy?

Since Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy is done in a surgical setting, it requires general anesthesia and typically requires at least one night in the hospital. After the procedure, you may experience cramping, vaginal spotting or discharge, and light vaginal bleeding. Your doctor will provide instructions on managing pain and discomfort.

Conclusion

Surgical Hysteroscopy With Biopsy is a safe and effective procedure to diagnose and treat abnormalities of the uterus, detect early stages of uterine cancer, and remove fibroids or polyps, when necessary. It's done in a surgical setting and requires anesthesia as well as at least one night of hospitalization. It's important to discuss any risk factors with your doctor, and to follow the instructions provided to manage pain and discomfort.

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Diagnosis Code

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Diagnosis Code

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