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[Of office hysteroscopy for the removal of intrauterine device. Literature review].

OBJECTIVE: To review the literature related to the hysteroscopic techniques such as outpatient diagnostic and therapeutic tools for the extraction of foreign bodies in patients with intrauterine device.

METHOD: We searched the main electronic databases were searched for those words: hysteroscopy and intrauterine device in articles related to the removal of intrauterine devices by hysteroscopy.

RESULTS: The loss or translocation of IUD is a common problem resulting from the large number of women who have applied. The importance of early diagnosis is to avoid, such as the inappropriate position of the device promotes an unwanted pregnancy, genital bleeding and injury to adjacent organs such as bowel and bladder. The assessment by ultrasound or X-rays, or both, allowing the device to locate and determine the desirability or otherwise of outpatient hysteroscopy (in practice) without anesthesia and with low morbidity for the patient or, well, resorting to other methods, and laparoscopy in the operating room.

CONCLUSIONS: Hysteroscopy is an effective procedure for recovering intrauterine foreign bodies or hidden in properly selected patients.

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