Feasibility and Acceptability of Office-Based Polypectomy With a 16F Mini-Resectoscope: A Multicenter Clinical Study

Gloria Calagna, Francesca Riboni, Stefano Cosma, Davide Dealberti, Carla Pisani, Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Salvatore Saitta, Fabio Montella

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Abstract

Study Objective: To investigate the feasibility and acceptability of office hysteroscopic polypectomy using a novel continuous-flow operative 16F mini-resectoscope. Design: Multicenter prospective case series (Canadian Task Force classification III). Setting: "SS Antonio e Biagio" Hospital, Alessandria, and University "Federico II" of Naples. Patients: One hundred eighty-two patients with endometrial polyps. Interventions: Hysteroscopic polypectomy performed with 16F mini-resectoscope in an office setting, without analgesia and/or anesthesia. Measurements and Main Results: Polypectomy was successfully performed in 175 patients in a single surgical step (96.15%), with only 1 patient (54%) requiring a second office surgical step to complete the surgery. Seven patients (3.84%) were excluded from the analysis of operative parameters because of severe pelvic pain during the office procedure, which required a second inpatient surgical step. No major complications were recorded. Conclusion: Our findings demonstrate that removal of endometrial polyps using the 16F mini-resectoscope in an office setting is a feasible and safe surgical option. Outpatient see-and-treat polypectomy is an acceptable and effective alternative to inpatient resectoscopic polypectomy.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)418-424
Numero di pagine7
RivistaJournal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Volume23
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

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  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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Calagna, G., Riboni, F., Cosma, S., Dealberti, D., Pisani, C., Di Spiezio Sardo, A., Saitta, S., & Montella, F. (2016). Feasibility and Acceptability of Office-Based Polypectomy With a 16F Mini-Resectoscope: A Multicenter Clinical Study. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, 23, 418-424.