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Hysteroscopy is a minor and fairly safe surgical procedure used for diagnosis and/or treatment of various conditions of the uterus.
It involves a general anaesthetic.
A thin magnifying instrument called a hysteroscope is inserted into the uterus through the vagina to view the internal aspect of the uterus.
The camera in the hysteroscope displays the images on to the monitor thereby helping the surgeon to view the internal structures.
This procedure allows the treatment of conditions, such as the removal of uterine polyps or fibroids.
Patients go home on the same day as the procedure.
Depending on the clinical situation, a laparoscopy may be performed at the same time
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