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Endoscopy and laparoscopy: Remember

The principle of endoscopy is, through the use of a tiny camera at the end of an optical fiber connected to a computer screen, to be able to observe from a distance many organs: digestive tract, uterus, bladder, joints. .. to take samples on lesions. It allows to make many diagnoses: inflammation of the mucous membrane, nature of an infection, benign or cancerous tumor, malformation ...
Laparoscopy is a major advance in surgery. It allows to intervene on many organs; the postoperative course is generally simpler.

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Colposcopy - M At The Doctor
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Colposcopy

Colposcopy is an examination that consists, for the gynecologist, to directly visualize the cervix, by natural means. It allows a detailed analysis of the cervix, following a smear whose result shows abnormalities. Be careful, colposcopy should not be confused with ... colonoscopy (an examination that allows you to explore the intestine)
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Intimate Hygiene: Preserving the vaginal flora - M At The Doctor
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Intimate Hygiene: Preserving the vaginal flora

Continuation of the interview of Dr. Anne de Kervasdoué, a gynecologist. When we talk about personal hygiene, we often talk about vaginal flora. What is it exactly ? Dr. Anne de Kervasdoué : The vaginal and vulvar flora is the ecosystem that must be protected. This flora is a whole set of protective germs.
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Hysterectomy: Should we continue the smears? - M At The Doctor
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Hysterectomy: Should we continue the smears?

After a hysterectomy: should we continue to smear? After a hysterectomy performed for cervical cancer, smears should be continued because the lesion can spread in the vagina. Similarly if during this hysterectomy, the cervix has not been removed, it is obviously necessary to continue the smear. But in the case of a total hysterectomy where there was no cancer, there is no reason to continue them
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Gum graft: the postoperative course - M At The Doctor
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Gum graft: the postoperative course

To prevent infection after a gum transplant, you will be prescribed antibiotics for five to six days. Against pain, you will take analgesics (paracetamol type) and anti-inflammatories during the first days. To say that you will not hurt in the days following the intervention, would be a lie. You will have pain for ten to fifteen days especially at the sampling site
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