What is Laparoscopic Surgery?
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery (MIS). This diagnostic laparoscopy surgical procedure is used to examine the organs inside the abdomen. This surgery is performed in the abdomen or pelvis from a band hole or a keyhole. A laparoscope tool is used to examine the abdomen’s inner condition. A laparoscope is a tool that has a long thin tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera on top of the tube. Laparoscopy tools move along the camera and allow the surgeon to observe inside of the body in real-time, before surgery. While doing this process the doctor also can obtain biopsy samples. After the examination procedure, the Surgeon decided to do surgery if there is an issue with the internal body. If a serious medical condition was found, then your doctor will discuss appropriate treatment. Laparoscopic surgery needs short and narrow tubes (trochars) that are inserted into the abdomen. Then the Long and narrow instruments are inserted through the trochars. The surgeon uses to manipulate, cut, and sew the tissues through these instruments.
Why it is needed to do laparoscopic surgery?
Laparoscopy is used to identify and diagnose pelvic or abdominal pain. It’s usually performed when other methods of diagnosis are unable to help. In many cases, abdominal problems can be diagnosed with other methods like:
CT, scan, x-rays
When these tests enable diagnosis then laparoscopy is performed. This process may also be used to take a biopsy sample of a particular organ in the abdomen.
The following organs are recommended to examine Laparoscopy: