Laparoscopy In Gynaecology, An Alternative To Open Surgery

May 21, 2021

Gynecologic laparoscopy can be an alternative to open surgery. In this procedure, a laparoscope is used to look inside the pelvic area. While an Open surgery often requires a large incision, Laparoscopy does not require that.

A Gynaecological Laparoscopy is keyhole surgery to examine the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Gynecological laparoscopy can be used to diagnose many conditions and also treat them.

In Gynaecology, a Diagnostic Laparoscopy can often determine several gynecological conditions in a more cost-effective, efficient, and advanced manner. Severe conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, removal of scars after infections from pelvic inflammatory diseases, treating ectopic pregnancy, removing an ovarian cyst, detection of cancer cells in ovaries, hysterectomy, and tubal ligation can be detected easily by the procedure of Laparoscopy.

If a woman is trying for a baby and the efforts are futile, then she can also undergo this painless procedure to detect the causes for hurdles in pregnancy. Laparoscopy generally has a shorter healing time than open surgery. They have shorter hospital stays and generally, the patient gets released on the day of the procedure itself.

Today, every major hospital has a laparoscopy section in the Gynaecology department. It has turned out to be a major surgical tool used for a multitude of gynecologic and non -gynecologic indications. Now, Laparoscopy is one of the most common surgical procedures performed in many parts of the world.

Laparoscopic surgeries are very common at the Department of Gynaecology at Sohana Hospital. Our well-experienced, reliable and reputed doctor Dr. Hina Dhingra, Obstetrics and Gynae Laparoscopic surgeon is well adept in Gynae surgeries that involve laparoscopy. Our special service like 24 hours operation theatre facilities from emergency gynecological surgeries and make Sohana Hospital an ideal hospital for all your Laparoscopic treatments in Gynecology.

Sohana Cancer Research Institute
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