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Gynecologic laproscopy Purpose And Procedure

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Laproscopy is an alternative method of surgery to the traditional surgical methods. Where traditional surgery requires large incisions, has greater risk of infection, and takes longer to recover from, laproscopy is minimally-invasive, has much lower risk of infection, has higher success rates, and takes less time for recovery. In laproscopy, a miniature lens known as laparoscope is used to allow the surgeon to get a better view of the site that is to be operated.

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Gynecologic laproscopy Purpose And Procedure

  1. 1. Gynecologic Laproscopy: Purpose & Procedure Dr. Anita Sharma
  2. 2. Laproscopy is an alternative method of surgery to the traditional surgical methods. Where traditional surgery requires large incisions, has greater risk of infection, and takes longer to recover from, laproscopy is minimally-invasive, has much lower risk of infection, has higher success rates, and takes less time for recovery. In laproscopy, a miniature lens known as laparoscope is used to allow the surgeon to get a better view of the site that is to be operated.
  3. 3. Gynecologic laproscopy involves using laproscopy method to perform surgery or diagnose any gynecological problems. Laparoscope allows the surgeon to operate to have a view of the affected site without having to make larger incision. Gynecological laproscopy is used for performing surgery for treatment of gynecological conditions. It is also used for diagnosis of gynecological conditions such as endometriosis or fibroids. Sometimes, a diagnostic laproscopy may turn into surgery to treat the condition then and there. With laproscopy, a laproscopic gynae surgeon in noida is able to perform different types of procedures including: • Ovarian cyst removal • Surgical contraception or tubal litigation • Hysterectomy
  4. 4. Purpose • Gynecologic laproscopy is often used for the treatment and diagnosis of several conditions. Sometimes, a procedure that was initially intended to be a diagnostic laproscopy may later turn into a treatment, if the surgeon or your gynecologist in Saket chooses to. • Some of the common conditions for which gynecologic laproscopy might be used include: • Unexplained infertility • Pelvic pain • Pelvic infection
  5. 5. Gynecologic laproscopy can also be used for many other conditions including: • Reproductive cancers • Painful scar tissues • Uterine fibroids • Pelvic inflammatory diseases • Endometriosis • Infertility • Ectopic pregnancy • Pelvic pus or abscess • Pelvic adhesions • Cysts or tumors in the ovaries
  6. 6. Most common cases whether laproscopy is used as a form of treatment include: • Hysterectomy, a procedure to remove uterus • Removal of ovaries • Removal of cysts in ovaries • Removal of uterine fibroids • Removal of pelvic adhesions • Treatments for endometrial tissue ablation or endometriosis • Stop the blood from flowing into the fibroids • To reverse contraceptive surgeries including tubal litigation • Burch procedure that is used for incontinence • Treatment procedure for a pro-lapsed uterus
  7. 7. Procedure • When it comes to gynecologic laproscopy, anesthesia is used almost always. The anesthesia makes the patient go unconscious as the procedure takes place, so that the procedure can be done with ease. With laproscopy, however, patients are often able to get back home the same day after spending a few hours under observation, suggests the gynecologist in Vaishali. • When the patient is administered with anesthesia, a catheter, which is a small hollow tube, is inserted to allow the urine to be collected in a pouch as the patient stays unconscious. Also, with laproscopy, CO2 is used to fill the abdomen, so as to keep the organs apart from the abdominal wall, minimizing the risk of injury.
  8. 8. The surgeon makes a small incision in the navel. This incision acts as a port through which the laparoscope is inserted. The laparoscope then transmits live feed from the interior to a screen. The doctor used this feed to help himself guide through the diagnosis or surgery.
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