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LAPAROSCOPY

Laporoscopy

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.

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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.

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Woman in hospital room

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.

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Patient with Healthcare Nurse

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.