Role of transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy in the investigation of female infertility: a review of 1,000 procedures

@article{Verhoeven2004RoleOT,
  title={Role of transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy in the investigation of female infertility: a review of 1,000 procedures},
  author={Hugo C. Verhoeven and Stephan Gordts and Ricardo Lopez del Campo and Patrick Puttemans and Ivo Brosens},
  journal={Gynecological Surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={191-193}
}
Transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy is a culdoscopic approach for the inspection of the posterior pelvis, but, in contrast to culdoscopy, uses an aqueous solution for the distension of the pelvic cavity and small diameter optics. The technique is used for diagnostic purposes in patients with infertility and is performed under local anesthesia or conscious sedation in an ambulatory surgical center. We report on a continuous series of 1,000 patients with infertility and without obvious pelvic pathology… CONTINUE READING
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