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What is Hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is performed with the help of the hysteroscope (optical probe) after specialist has introduced fluid into the uterine cavity. This method gives an opportunity to diagnose myoma nodes, changes in the layer of the mucous membrane, uterine development abnormalities, evaluate the uterine cavity and also to examine partially the state of fallopian tubes, as well as in case of need to perform the operative therapy. Examination is performed under a general anesthetic.

Examination of The Shape and Patency of The Fallopian Tubes (HSG – Hysterosalpingography)

HSG is one of the non-invasive methods used by specialists to examine the condition of the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes, via ultrasound technique and radiopaque material. This examination does not require anesthesia, radiopaque material is introduced into the endocervical canal through a thin catheter. When using this method it is possible to examine not only permeability of the fallopian tubes but also size, shape and possible changes and features of the uterine cavity.