This expert guide will help readers learn about the role of hysteroscopy in the management of a range of common and less common gynaecological problems. In particular, the book covers the diagnosis and treatment of endometrial and uterine anatomical abnormalities that are associated with abnormal uterine bleeding and impairment of reproduction. Contemporary hysteroscopic techniques are described allowing the reader to understand how to perform both inpatient and outpatient procedures. Based on the annual RCOG/BSGE Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy training course, this comprehensive guide covers fundamental topics such as equipment, energy modalities and operative set up. The book also explores innovative ambulatory surgery and hysteroscopic interventions in an operating theatre environment. Written by international experts in hysteroscopy and including sections on training in, and monitoring of clinical practice, this guide proves an ideal companion for health care professionals looking to provide best clinical practice and optimal patient experience.