Endoscopic surgery is by definition performed by accessing the site of intervention, either an organ or cavity, through natural or artificial orifices by using an optical system with camera and light that allows us to see what is going to be performed on a television monitor. Surgical manipulation is also done in these orifices or "ports" of entry.
It is now without a doubt, the surgery of choice for Reproductive Gynecology. We only consider traditional or open surgery in specific cases after evaluating their indication.
There are basically two types of gynecological endoscopy: Hysteroscopy.
Both of these can be diagnostic when the procedure only aims to diagnose a problem or condition, or surgical or operative, where in addition to diagnosing, we can perform treatment at the same sitting.
The advantages of endoscopic surgery are basically:
In any case, the overall evaluation of the person or couple desiring pregnancy is critical to properly ascertain the indication of one technique or another, as well as the time to perform it and the necessary recovery time in order to safely and successfully perform an assisted reproduction treatment.