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Laprascopic Surgery

With abdominal laparoscopy, a surgeon can view the interior of the belly (tummy) and pelvis during surgery without needing to create any significant skin incisions. If it is a minimally invasive procedure, it may also be called keyhole surgery. The surgeon can do laparoscopy without having to make large incisions because of the use of a laparoscope. An abdominal camera employs a tube that includes both a light source and a camera to broadcast images of what is happening inside the belly or pelvis to a television.

Minimally invasive surgery has a variety of advantages over open surgery. Here are a few of these advantages: One can anticipate a shorter hospital stay and a quicker recovery. After the procedure, the patient experiences reduced discomfort and bleeding. There is only a little scarring.

ATHVEKA- Womens Healthcare & Multispeciality Clinic provides a range of laparoscopic surgical procedures for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, including treatments for both straightforward and complicated abdominal and pelvic disorders. Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that can be used to remove an inflamed appendix, remove the gallbladder for the treatment of gallstones, treat Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, repair hernias, treat stomach ulcers, perform gastroplasty, perform oncological surgery, remove fibroids, and finish a hysterectomy, among other surgical procedures. The staff at ATHVEKA- Womens Healthcare & Multispeciality Clinic work hard to find the most practical ways to help patients manage their pain and regain function. Our mission is to make sure that our patients experience a higher quality of life as a consequence of the laparoscopic, minimally invasive procedures that our doctors provide as a result of the least intrusive, most sophisticated, and successful treatment option available for their ailment.