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Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy is a procedure where a thin, light tube 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 or ovaries have any pathogens.

To the end of the laparoscope is attached a video camera, which allows us to view and record the image and thus the terminology Video Laparoscopy. If, in case any pathogen is found during diagnostic laparoscopy, the doctors prefer to do operative laparoscopy and corrective action in the same sitting so that the patient does not have to undergo another surgical procedure.

Laparoscopy is now used to perform operations in a big way. The greatest advantage is the comfort for the patient because it is less painful and patient recovers faster.

Some of the common procedures:
  • Laparoscopic/Open Cholecystectomy for gall bladder stones
  • Common bile duct (CBD) surgery for common bile duct stones
  • Open and laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair
  • Incisional / Umbilical hernia mesh repair
  • Hiatus hernia surgery (open and laparoscopic fundoplication)
  • Lateral pancreatojejunostomy for Chronic pancreatitis
  • Head coring surgery for chronic pancreatitis
  • Cystogastrostomy/cystojejunostomy for pseudocysts
  • Surgery for hemorrhoids (piles)/fissure/fistula/abscess
  • Surgery for Appendix-open and laparoscopic

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