hysteroscopy

Endometritis: What is it? How can it be detected? How can it be cured?

 Endometritis is inflammation of the endometrium. That is, inflammation of the internal lining of the uterus cavity where embryo implantation takes place.
 Severe endometritis is an uncommon gynaecological emergency which is generally iatrogenic following placenta retention after birth or pregnancy loss. Patients in this situation have a number of symptoms which are typical of an infection. For example, fever, purulent discharge, general discomfort and so on.  If it is not treated, then the situation can lead to a generalised infection. […]

2017-03-23T14:53:21+02:0023 de March de 2017|0 Comments

Diagnostic hysteroscopy and endometrial scratching

We consider an evaluation of the uterine cavity and a check to ensure normal structure in the tissue that lines it (the endometrium) to be a standard part of any implantation failure study. In order to carry out such a study, the most appropriate diagnosis consists of a diagnostic hysteroscopy and an endometrial biopsy.
A hysteroscopy is an endoscopy of the uterus. In other words, direct inspection of the uterine cavity using an optical system. It’s a simple test and practically pain free in most cases. Therefore, it is generally carried out during an appointment with minimal patient preparation and no impact on her daily life. […]

2018-02-02T10:42:00+02:003 de June de 2016|0 Comments
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