Uterine polyps consist of alterations of endometrial epithelium. Cells grow massively as a tumor, generally a benign one, but occasionally they can turn into a malign tumor. Those cell mass can be responsible for female infertility.
The aim of an endoscopic surgery is to visualize the interior of an organ or cavity. The two main techniques of endoscopic surgery used in gynaecology are the hysteroscopy and the laparoscopy.
Malignant polyps are an excess of tissue or protuberances. They tend to be benign, but they can turn malignant with the arrival of menopause.