Gynaecologists many a times need to get an overview of the abdomen to diagnose and treat a number of medical conditions. Similar to other laparoscopic procedures a small incision is made in the abdominal region (belly button) through which a laparoscope is passed and doctors are able to view the organs and operate on the same if the need arises.
Diagnostic Hysterolaparoscopy : This procedure helps one to investigate causes for female infertility. It helps the doctor examine the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries thoroughly. If a problem is found during examination then in the same sitting the doctor will treat the problem area.
Laparoscopic Fallopian tube cannulation : This is usually a non-surgical procedure where in the surgeon uses a laparoscope to guide a catheter through the cervix via uterus, which along with other special equipment is used in to repair the fallopian tube.
Laparoscopic Myomectomy : This is a procedure where in the uterine fibroids are surgically removed from the uterus with the visual aid of a laparoscope. This is done when the fibroids cause abnormal uterine pain, pressure and or bleeding.
Laparoscopic Hysteroscopy Polypectomy : This type of procedures are conducted when the lining of one’s uterus thickens like a ball and causes excessive bleeding. Hysteroscopy provides a clear and complete picture of the inside of the uterus.
Total laparoscopic Hysterectomy : This type of hysterectomy (an operation that is performed to remove a women’s uterus) involves a very tiny, almost “keyhole” incisions, made in the naval or abdomen.