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What is Laparoscopic Surgery?

In Laparoscopic surgery we make 3-4 small cuts for trocars through which we introduce operative devices. Through the naval port (umbilicus) we put 10 mm and 5 mm laparoscope attached to camera systems as well monitor, now the surgeon can see the whole stomach and pelvis on the screen. All the organs are seen exaggerated and exactly than in open surgery or Direct Visualization.

Due to high quality patient results, in the last two eras, laparoscopic surgery has been permitted by various surgical sub-specialties together with gastrointestinal surgery (including bariatric procedures for morbid obesity), gynaecologic surgery as well urology.

Why laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy helps diagnose and treat problems in the reproductive body part. It can assist to find the cause of symptoms, for example pain or bleeding and also the cause for infertility. In many cases, the problem can be treated through the same procedure.

Tubal pregnancy : This ensues when an embryo implants in a fallopian pipe. Untreated, the pipe can rupture as well bleed.

A fibroid(lump of uterine muscle tissue) : This can reason pain and bleeding. These can as well be diagnosed with ultrasound.

A blocked or damaged fallopian tube : This can cause trouble in commencement.

Endometriosis(growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus) : This can cause pain, bleeding, as well trouble getting pregnant.

Adhesions (scar tissue) : These can reason pain and infertility.

Why Laparoscopic surgeries have become so popular?

Laparoscopic surgeries have become very common in short span of time, in fact they have replaced all traditional intestinal surgeries. Their popularity is due to the vast advantages and they have got over traditional surgeries.

Advantages and Benefits of Laparoscopy :

Fewer pain
Patient recovers faster (24 – 48 hrs.) and can continue to work within few days.
No post-operative rest mandatory
No/ small scars on the abdomen
No chances of hole infection
No chances of post-operative hernias and adhesions
Apart from these profits, patients also will have vast long-term benefits.

In a tactic to further reduce the inappropriateness of surgery as well later illness to the patient, single incision laparoscopy surgery (scarless surgery) and 3 D laproscopy have been advanced at GE Clinic and Endoscopy Centre by the best Dr. S. Ganesh from Chennai.