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What is the difference between hysteroscopy and laparoscopy?

When it comes to laparoscopy, one might think of hysteroscopy, which are common gynecological diagnosis and treatment techniques, which can be used to treat infertility and bring the gospel of gestating new life to women who have been infertile for many years. So what is the difference between hysteroscopy and laparoscopy?

the difference between hysteroscopy and laparoscopy
Hysteroscopy can be used for diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of intrauterine lesions. Hysteroscopic surgery alone has no wounds. It uses an instrument with a micro-camera to enter the uterine cavity through the cervix through the vagina to directly observe the location, size, appearance and scope of the lesion in the uterine cavity, and to determine the tissue structure on the surface of the lesion. Carry out careful observation, and take the material or locate the curettage under direct vision. Gynecological diseases that can be diagnosed and treated include: endometrial polyps, intrauterine foreign bodies, submucosal uterine fibroids, intrauterine adhesions, uterine mediastinum, infertility, etc., with good curative effect, less pain and quick recovery.
Hysteroscopy: cervical leiomyoma, endometrial stromal sarcoma, endometrial polyps, endometriosis, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids, intrauterine adhesions, uterine mediastinum, Family planning, infertility (fallopian tube dredging, intervention), etc.
Laparoscopic surgery is an operation performed using a laparoscope and related equipment: cold light source is used to provide illumination, a laparoscope lens (3-10mm in diameter) is inserted into the abdominal cavity, and digital camera technology is used to display the images taken by the laparoscope lens in real time On the endoscope monitor. Then the doctor analyzes and judges the patient's condition through the images of the patient's organs from different angles displayed on the monitor screen, and uses special laparoscopic instruments to perform the operation.
Laparoscopy is suitable for: hysterectomy, ovarian cystectomy, ectopic pregnancy surgery, acute appendicitis, gallbladderjejunostomy, hepatobiliary surgery, splenopancreatic disease surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urinary system disease surgery, salpingostomy, inguinal hernia repair Surgery, pelvic adhesion decomposition, infertility diagnosis of the cause, while performing pelvic adhesion decomposition and fallopian tube plastic surgery, etc.;
In terms of the length of hospital stay, since the hysteroscope does not enter the abdominal cavity, but simply operates in the uterine cavity, the patient’s trauma is far less than laparoscopic surgery. Under normal circumstances, laparoscopic surgery can be normal activities within 2-4 days after surgery. Hysteroscopic surgery patients can move freely for about 1 day without using analgesics, and there is no problem of urination and exhaust.
Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy are different in the inspection site and technology. You need to follow the doctor's advice before performing surgery.