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California start-up developing device to make office hysteroscopy a breeze seeks $2.5 million

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EndoSee Corp., a Los Altos, California company, is seeking to raise $2.5 million to commercialize an investigational device that makes office hysteroscopy possible.

The company has already raised $1.6 million.

Hysteroscopy involves evaluation of the uterine cavity, including the endometrium using endoscopic tools. A hysteroscope can be used to detect endometrial polyps and other gynecological problems.. Generally, hysteroscopy is performed in a hospital and surgical centers, but office hysteroscopy is also possible.

EndoSee’s investigational device allows the procedure to be done at an OB-GYN’s office. EndoSee’s hysteroscope is a handheld device that has a screen about the size of an smartphone which has an integrated camera. Conventional hysteroscopes need external lighting and display the image on a separate computer screen.

According to the regulatory filing, EndoSee’s officers are Dr. Paul Indman, a gynecologist, Shih-Ping(Bob) Wang and Xialong (Bruce) OuYang and Kevin Rooney.


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Arundhati Parmar

By Arundhati Parmar

Arundhati Parmar is the Medical Devices Reporter at MedCity News. She has covered medical technology since 2008 and specialized in business journalism since 2001. Parmar has three degrees from three continents - a Bachelor of Arts in English from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India; a Masters in English Literature from the University of Sydney, Australia and a Masters in Journalism from Northwestern University in Chicago. She has sworn never to enter a classroom again.
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