Laser Surgical Techniques

by HFCadmin ·

Laser surgery and laser therapy of pathological processes in the practice of gynecologists have now become tools of choice in their treatment and are growing in popularity. This is mainly explained by the desire to achieve maximum efficiency in the short term and to avoid possible complications caused by invasive procedures and reduce the pharmacological load. The undoubted advantages of high-energy laser radiation in comparison with traditional methods of treating diseases of the cervix, vagina and vulva, electric and cryogenic, chemical, and conservative methods: High accuracy laser exposure through the combined use of a colposcope with a different resolution (increasing to 25 times); faster epithelialization and an easy flow of the postoperative period, compared with traditional electro-therapy and cryosurgery, which greatly reduces recovery time; evaporation and coagulation of tissues occurs under visual control with a reliable control of depth of evaporation and volume of tissue removed; minimal damage to tissues, evaporates or be under the coagulability cloth will avoid the formation of rubtsovoizmenennoy tissue; bloodless surgery and almost complete no need for a hemostatic events in the course of the procedure and postoperative period; a minimum spread of areas of necrosis and the formation of a thin dense film on the wound surface, which has barrier and protective properties, which facilitates the postoperative period and avoids the rejection associated with scab possibility of bleeding in the postoperative period; the absence of postoperative gross scarring of the cervix in women of reproductive age, including nulliparous way to make the laser conization method of choice for the prevention of infertility; operations on the cervix is not going displacement of the boundary between stratified squamous and columnar epithelium deep into the cervical dripping. .


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