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UTMD's specialized gynecology devices are used for endometrial sampling, hysterosalpingography & saline infusion sonography, loop excision of the transformation zone, pelvic floor stimulation therapy and uterine laparoscopy.
In-office sampling with a disposable curette is the least invasive method for assessing AUB. Using the EndoCurette® sampling suction curette, with its multiple elongated curetting ports on the tip, provides a much more robust sample for histological assessment.
In situations of unexplained infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss, Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a radiographic imaging procedure used to help diagnose the cause.
Effective LETZ™ procedures require the precise and complete excision of the Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) lesion. Complete removal of the lesion (e.g., clear specimen excision margins) is essential for effective CIN management, yet excessive removal of non-involved cervical stroma can potentially impact obstetric outcomes for those patients.+ Learn more
Liberty® Pelvic Floor Electrical Stimulation is a non-invasive treatment consisting of intermittent electrical stimulation of the pelvic floor nerve and muscle tissues in the treatment of stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence without active patient participation.
Trans-Vaginal Ultrasound (TVUS) with saline infusion is an in-office ultrasound imaging procedure utilizing saline infusion to distend the uterus for more accurate imaging to help diagnose the cause for abnormal uterine bleeding, suspected myometrial/intraluminal abnormalities, endometrial hyperplasia or recurrent pregnancy loss.+ Learn more
During diagnostic and surgical laparoscopy of the female reproductive system, proper positioning of the uterus is critical to the success of the procedure. LUMIN™ (Laparoscopic Uterine Manipulator Injector) provides precise uterine positioning for a variety of laparoscopic procedures.