Instrumentation in hysteroscopy

B S Shapiro
Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 1988, 15 (1): 13-21
The use of diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy has evolved rapidly over the past decade to become an integral part of gynecologic care. The hysteroscopies and ancillary equipment are readily available commercially, and the techniques can be mastered, as is true of any surgical technique, with an appropriate amount of supervised practice. With a good basic understanding of the types of equipment available and their appropriate uses, the maximum utility of the hysteroscopic technique can be fully realized in an environment of safety.

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