Visually Directed. Visually Confirmed.
The MyoSure LITE device can remove small polyps up to 3 cm, and you can also trust that the quantity and quality of the tissue collection will allow for histologic assessment. With the 6.25 mm diameter of the MyoSure hysteroscope, minimal dilation is required during a MyoSure LITE procedure.
With the MyoSure LITE device you can:
- Visualize the uterine cavity with the MyoSure hysteroscope.
- Identify and remove suspect pathology for histological assessment.
- Resect smaller and softer tissue.
- Complete the procedure efficiently—without removing the hysteroscope.
With high-risk patients, it becomes more important to get a complete and quality tissue collection. In fact, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommended that:
“If a surgical approach is favored, D&C with hysteroscopic guidance is recommended over D&C alone because it has higher accuracy and superior diagnostic yield.”1†
†ACOG recommends hysteroscopic guidance in general for endometrial sampling; they do not recommend a specific brand.
The MyoSure LITE device lets you visualize the entire uterine cavity to get a quality tissue specimen.
|MyoSure LITE Device|
|Tissue recommended||Polyps ≤ 3 cm|
|Device outer diameter||3 mm|
|Working length||32 cm|
|Scope compatibility||MyoSure hysteroscope, MyoSure XL hysteroscope|
|Blade material||Stainless steel|
|Performance specifications||3 cm polyp ≤ 10 minutes|
|Tissue removal rate||7.0 g/min (polyp tissue)|
1. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Practice bulletin no. 149: endometrial cancer. Obstet Gynecol. 2015;125(4):1006-1026.