Histeroscopia oficinal: Estado del arte y revisión de la literatura

Official Hysteroscopy: State of the Art and Literature Review

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Néstor Wandurraga
Henry Octavio Rodríguez
Ángel David Miranda
Carlos Giovani Castro
Rodrigo Ernesto Rodríguez

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Objetivo: describir el estado del arte de la histeroscopia oficinal y revisar la evidencia en relación con la aceptación, tolerancia y beneficios. Metodología: búsqueda en las bases de datos PUBMED, COCHRANE, LILACS utilizando los términos Office Hysteroscopy en inglés y español publicados en los últimos diez años, que estuvieran disponibles en texto completo, además se buscó en la base de datos EMBASE con límites adicionales de metanálisis o revisión sistemática. Se incluyeron algunas guías de manejo y otros artículos relevantes a partir de las referencias bibliográficas de las búsquedas iniciales. Conclusiones: se considera un procedimiento eficaz para el diagnóstico y tratamiento de la patología intrauterina, es mínimamente invasiva y de alto grado de seguridad con una técnica adecuada. Ha sido aceptada y bien tolerada por las pacientes, incluso sin requerir anestesia. Abreviaturas: HUA, hemorragia uterina anormal; HO, histeroscopia oficinal.

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