Interventional Ultrasound Technology
Interventional ultrasound is a minimally invasive technology integrating diagnosis and treatment. It is painless and offers quick and accurate diagnosis without any special preparation by the patient. It checks the shape, position and size of the uterus and double annex for cancer and deformity. It helps diagnose a variety of pelvic lesions and provide puncture and medication (under ultrasonic instructions) for diseases like ovarian cyst and cancer. It offers a minimally invasive alternative to normal surgical procedures for this type of diseases.
Hysteroscopy is a new and minimally invasive technology, which plays a critical role in the diagnosis and treatment for intrauterine lesions. It can examine a variety of intrauterine diseases such as unexplained vaginal bleeding and endometrial lesions to identify the pathogenesis.
Hysteroscopy can help treat all kinds of intrauterine and cervical diseases such as submucosal myoma of uterus, endometrial polyp, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, profuse menstruation, conization for uterine mediastinum and cervix, and tubal infertility. It has the advantages of non-laparotomy, smaller trauma, shorter procedure, less bleeding, less pain, quicker recovery, shorter hospital stay, less complications and no impacts to functions of ovarian and oviduct. It is clinically effective and is chosen by more and more patients.
Laparoscopy carries the dual functions of diagnosis and treatment. Laparoscopy technology is one of the four leading technologies in modern medicine. Endoscopy exam helps the doctors to obtain a direct view of pelvic, abdomen and intrauterine to define the nature and area of the organ lesions, which plays a key role in gynecology medicine. Laparoscopy procedure covers the majority of the abdominal gynecological surgery and provides the advantages of smaller trauma, quicker recovery, less medication, and shorter hospital stays.
Vaginal procedure is a surgical procedure through the vagina. It has the advantages of smaller trauma, less interference to intestines, less pain, quicker recovery and no scar. Other procedures, such as adnexectomy, repairs to vaginal walls, and vaginal tightening surgery, can be performed simultaneously. In clinical application, most hospitals are limited to vaginal hysterectomy for patients with uterine prolapse. It is mainly because of the narrow field of view, hard-to-control indications and contraindication, skills of the surgeon and lack of suitable equipment. However at Wuzhou, doctors perform this procedure with the combination of hysteroscopy and laparoscopy, which expands their field of view and enables them to understand the intraperitoneal situation and continually expand the reach of vaginal procedures. Vaginal procedure is able to treat the following gynecological diseases: uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, endometrial lesions, ovarian cyst dissection, adnexectomy, and stress incontinence, etc.