Hysteroscopy is a method of visual diagnostics of a uterine cavity, using an optic system called hysteroscope. This method allows you to perform both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with minimal trauma, is painless without additional incisions. The procedure takes place under intravenous anesthesia. 

There are three main goals of performing hysteroscopy, those are:

- Diagnostic purpose
- Surgical purpose
- Control check

Medical screening to hysteroscopy:

- Diagnostics and treatment of focal intrauterine damage (polyps, endometrial hyperplasia, fibroids, intrauterine synechiae)
- Adenomyosis 
- Anomalies of the cervix and body of the uterus
- Infertility 
- Miscarriages
- Failed attempts of IVF
- Detection and extraction of IUD
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of hormone therapy
- Violation of menstrual cycle, abnormal uterine bleeding 
- Bloody discharge in pre-, post- and menopause 
- Postpartum bleeding
- Endometrial ablation
- Hysteroscopic sterilization

Intrauterine pathology that is diagnosed during hysteroscopy:

- Endometrial polyps
- Endometrial hyperplasia
- Intrauterine synechiae
- Fibroids (submucosal myoma)
- Adenomyosis
- Isthmocele
- Stenosis of the entrance of fallopian tubes
- Anomalies of the uterus
- Foreign bodies
- Endometrial cancer

When is hysteroscopy performed?
Hysteroscopy is best done during the period when the endometrium is of small thickness. After the completion of menstruation before the 10th day 

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