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Minerva Ginecologica 2000 September;52(9):363-6

language: Italian

Fertiloscopy

Messini S.


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Fertiloscopy is a useful first level alternative procedure in order to diagnose infertility. It is a new diagnostic technique, which combines culdoscopy, dye-test, salpingoscopy and hysteroscopy and uses a specific disposable kit (Fertiloscopy® Soprane®). Fertiloscopy has the advantage of limiting pelviscopy only when strictly indicated, while maintaining a high diagnostic quality. Furthermore, it is more cost-effective by reducing the use of the operating theatre, the number of doctors and nurses involved and also by decreasing surgical risks and therefore leading to a better compliance by the patients.

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