In what cases is a complete endoscopic surgery introscopy in place?

The article was consulted professionally by Master, Dr. Le Nhat Nguyen – Obstetrician and Gynecologist – Share99 DaNang InternationalHealth Hub.

A complete removal of the uterus is a major surgery, it will greatly affect the end of the female. Therefore before deciding to have a complete removal of the uterus, the doctor will consider and prioritize the benefits in what cases it is recommended to have a complete removal.

1. Complete uterus shearing

A removal of the uterus is a surgery to remove the uterus. It may also be associated with the removal of the cervical, ovarian, ovate and other surrounding structures.

Usually a removal of the uterus is performed by a gynecologist, a removal of the uterus can be a complete removal (removal of the uterus and cervical) or a removal of part of the uterus (removal of the uterus while keeping the cervical intact). This is the most commonly performed gynecological surgical procedure.

A complete removal of the uterus will prevent the patient from giving birth again (as well as removing the ovaries and ovulation tubes) and is at risk of surgery as well as long-term effects. Therefore, a removal surgery is usually recommended only when other treatment options have no effect or have failed. Studies claim that in some cases there are many other alternatives to reduce the frequency of uterus removal for non-malignant inquencies.

Ovarian removal surgery, also known as oophorectomy, is usually performed in the same way as a uterus removal to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer. However, recent studies have in turned out that a spare ovarian removal surgery without an urgent medical indication has significantly reduced the woman's long survival rate and has other serious side effects This effect is not limited to pre-menicesausal women, and even those women who have entered the menopause have been proven to have experienced a decline in survival after ovarianecting surgery.

A uterus resurgen out is a major surgical procedure, which has risks and benefits, which greatly affects a woman's hormones balance and overall health for the rest of a woman's life. Therefore, a complete removal of the uterus is often recommended as a last resort to overcome some possible conditions of the birth system pathology, the uterus may occur.


Complete uterus removal surgery

2. Intrained and contrainttrained


  • Uterine fibroids
  • Endometrial over-production of fruitless endometrial treatment
  • In-house treatment is fruitless
  • Cervical lesions include: CIN II, CIN III, CIS
  • Early endometrial cancer
  • After an abortion of eggs in which a uterus is insectned

2.2 Contrainning

  • Patients with contraint order for laparoscopic surgery
  • Endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, stage ovarian cancer
  • late

A complete removal of the uterus will make it impossible for the patient to have children anymore and is at risk of surgery as well as long-term effects. Therefore a complete removal of the uterus is in place in cases where there are no other treatment options that have no effect or have failed.

At Share99 Da Nang International Health Hub, complete uterus surgery was performed with a success rate of over 99%. Carried out by Dr Huynh Tan Tan and Dr. Le Nhat Nguyen,along with modern equipment, full HD obstetrics and gynecology endoscopy system and tumor grinder (endoscopic tumors, no need to make an incision and remove tumours).

Dr. Le Nhat Nguyen has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Nguyen is a former obstetrician at Gia Dinh People's Health Hub in Ho Chi Minh City. BS has high expertise and strengths in the diagnosis and treatment of obstetrics and gynecology diseases. Currently a Doctor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Da Nang InternationalHealth Hub.

Customers can go directly to Share99 Da Nang for examination or contact hotline 0236 3711 111 for assistance.


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About: Minh Quynh

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