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The use of endoscopes is already widespread in various fields of medicine, especially in the field of gynecology, where women may have received simple endoscopic surgeries for infertility treatment in the past. Nowadays, its utilization in the field of gynecology has increased in order to include not only simple procedures but also total laparoscopic hysterectomy. With endoscopic surgery, which is the perfect surgery leaving no scars or incisions that are sometimes possibly 0.5cm wide.

Gynecologic endoscopic surgery can be divided into a 쐋aparoscopic surgery and a 쐆ysteroscopic surgery according to the method.
Laparoscopic surgery uses endoscopic equipment that reveals an enlarged image of the abdomen through a small hole made below the naval, hysteroscopic surgery involves using equipment that shows the inside of the uterus without leaving a cut.

For gynecological conditions that are limited to the inside of the uterus, the hysteroscope can be used to perform a surgery that is free of pain and scars, and for other remaining gynecological surgeries, the laparoscope can be used.

01. The pain from surgery is reduced and the risk of any complications, such as infection, is significantly low.
02. Delicate surgery is possible as the range of vision is increased through the use of the laparoscope and the blood loss volume during surgery is low.
03. The admission period is short (1 week for laparotomy, 2~3 days for laparoscopic surgery).
04. Recovery is fast (1~2 months for laparotomy, 1~2 weeks for laparoscopic surgery).
05. Normal everyday life can quickly be resumed after being discharged

Laparoscopic surgery involves making a small hole in the abdominal wall, inserting a surgical camera and instruments into that hole, inflating the region with carbon dioxide for clear observation, and seeing the insides through the video screen.

01. The pain from surgery is reduced and the risk of complications, such as infection, is significantly low.
02. Delicate surgery is possible as the range of vision is increased through the use of the laparoscope, the blood loss volume during surgery is also low.
03. The admission period is short (1 week for laparotomy, 2~3 days for laparoscopic surgery).
04. Recovery is fast (1~2 months for laparotomy, 1~2 weeks for laparoscopic surgery).
05. Normal everyday life can quickly be resumed after being discharged.

01. There are virtually no disadvantages compared to a laparotomy.
02. A laparotomy is necessary if the abdominal adhesion (of the small intestine and the large intestine) is extremely severe. The presence of an adhesion does not necessarily mean that a laparoscopic surgery is impossible but it rather depends on the extent of the adhesion.

01. Hysterectomy
02. Hysterectomy
03. Diagnosis and Treatment of Ovarian Cystic Tumor

04. Diagnosis and Treatment of Ovarian Cystic Tumor
05. Oophorectomy
06. Diagnosis and Treatment of Endometriosis

07. Tube Reversal
08. Diagnosis and Treatment of Infertile Patients
09. Cervical Cancer Phase 0, Endometrial Hyperplasia

10. Permanent Surgical Sterilization

If a laparoscopic surgery reduces pain and risk of any complications compared to the laparotomy, a hysteroscopy involves no pain nor surgical scars.
In a hysteroscopy, a long thin endoscope with diameter of 5m is inserted into the uterus to check the lesion area through the video screen. A special and delicate instrument is used for the surgery while looking at the screen.
Hospital admission is generally unnecessary since the surgery is quite short and normal life can be resumed the next day.
The purpose of the surgery is to remove any lumps that are situated in the uterus (endometrial polyp, endometrial myoma etc.), this is mostly for patients who are infertile due to a uterine abnormality, or those who have a repeated experience of miscarriages caused by uterine malformation or intrauterine adhesions.

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