Pipelle Endometrial Suction Curette
Endometrial Suction Curette is a type of medical device used for obtaining a sample of the endometrial tissue lining the uterus. The procedure, called an endometrial biopsy, is performed to evaluate the health of the endometrium and to check for any abnormal growths such as uterine cancer. The curette is a small device that is inserted into the uterus through the cervix to obtain the tissue sample.
The Pipelle Endometrial Suction Curette is a commonly used diagnostic tool in gynecology. During a gynecologic exam, the Pipelle is inserted into the uterus through the cervix and used to obtain a sample of the endometrial tissue. The Pipelle is considered a minimally invasive procedure and is often preferred over more invasive diagnostic methods because it is quick, safe, and has minimal discomfort.