Endoscopic operations also referred to as bloodless operations, have been widely used in the treatment of women’s diseases in the 1990s.
Endoscopic applications are mainly done in two ways: In the technique called laparoscopy, the image of the abdominal cavity is reflected on the television screens in the operating room with the help of the cameras and all the organs in the abdomen can easily be observed by the operation team. As a result of these examinations, the disease is evaluated, a definitive diagnosis is made and the appropriate operation is decided; Laser electric energy and various cutter and blood stopping instruments are used to perform the desired operation. Endoscopic surgeries provide significant advantages over open abdominal surgery. Above all, such practices shorten the length of stay in the hospital. Ectopic pregnancy, simple ovarian cysts, endometriosis, correction of urinary incontinence, removal of fibroids is often not necessary for the patient to remain in the hospital after operations.
The patient can have the advantage of returning to their daily life within 48 hours. Due to their advantages, laparoscopic procedures have become widely preferred for the removal of the uterus for a variety of reasons, called hysterectomy, and even in the surgical treatment of cancers.
Endoscopy is another form of surgery that involves hysteroscopy. Polyps, myomas, adhesions and uterus development disorders, which are discovered after hysteroscopic surgery, can be treated in a very short time safely without the need to open the abdomen. While achieving significant success in the treatment of infertility problems, on the other hand, it gives successful results in the diagnosis and treatment of various problems, especially pre-menopausal and post-menopausal bleeding and early cancer diagnosis.