Hysteroscopic Septal Resection
A septate uterus is a characteristic variation from the norm of the uterus (belly), where the belly is isolated into two cavities. Women with a septate uterus are in danger for subfertility, repetitive unsuccessful labour, and preterm birth. Careful expulsion of the septum is thought to enhance these results. Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is one strategy utilized for recognizing a uterine/müllerian irregularity. The test is generally simple to perform, with low cooperative expenses contrasted and medical procedure. Uterine sub cavities by and large are very much imagined, and regularly the degree of the uterine septum might be evaluated.