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Laparoscopy

Is a procedure where a thin, lighted tube (Endoscope) is inserted in your abdomen through a tiny incision. The Surgeon can look through the laparoscope into your abdominal and pelvic cavity and can see whether the uterus, tubes and ovaries have any pathology.

 

 

Attached to the end of the laparoscope is a video camera, which allows us to view and record the image which is known as Video Laparoscopy.

 

 

When natural body openings are not used , Band-Aid surgery, or minimally invasive surgery (MIS), is a surgical technique. Medically, laparoscopic surgery refers only to operations within the abdomen or pelvic cavity. Laparoscopic surgery belongs to the field of endoscopy.

This approach is intended to minimize operative blood loss and postoperative pain, and speeds up recovery times.

 

 

 

 

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