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    What is the differenc in a "hysteroscopy" and "hydrod"?
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    A hysteroscopy is a procedure where a thin telescope is inserted through the cervix into the uterus allowing the Dr to view the uterus.

    A hydro--I'll assume you're referring to a hydrodistention of the bladder--is a procedure that stretches the bladder using a fluid solution allowing the Dr a better view of the bladder than what a simple cystoscope provides.

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