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Gynaecological laproscopy

  1. 1. Gynaecological Laproscopy Dr. Shweta Ginoya 29.06.2012
  2. 2. • Laparoscopy literally means, "to look inside the abdomen".
  3. 3. • Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that involves insertion of a narrow telescope-like instrument through a small incision in the belly button.• This allows visualization of the abdominal and pelvic organs.
  4. 4. Indications• Diagnostic Laparoscopy:1.Infertility work up-Ovulation study -Tubal patency -Endometriosis - Pelvic adhesions2.Acute pelvic lesion-Acute ectopic -Acute Appendicitis -Acute Salpingitis
  5. 5. 3.Pelvic mass-Fibroid -Ovarian Cyst4.Follow up of pelvic surgery -Tuboplasty -Ovarian malignancy -Evaluation of endometriosis Rx5.Suspected Mullerian abnormalitis6.Suspected Uterine perforation7.To take biopsy
  6. 6. • Therapeutic Laparoscopy-Adhesiolysis-Aspiration of ovarian cyst-Ovarian drilling-Ovarian cystectomy-Ectopic pregnancy-Tubal sterilization-Endometriosis(Laser or thermal ablation)-Myomectomy-LAVH
  7. 7. Contraindications• Severe cardiopulmonary diseases• Generalised peritonitis• Intestinal obstruction• Significant hemoperitoneum• Extensive peritoneal adhesions• Large pelvic tumour• Obesity• Pregnancy >16 wks
  8. 8. COMPLICATIONS OF LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERIES1. AnaestheticComplications2. Complications due to pneumoperitonium3. Surgical complications4. Diathermy related injuries5. Patients factors related complications6. Post operative complications
  9. 9. SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS• Injury to Viscus :• Stomach -Hyperventilation by Mask Distended stomach Injured with trochar or needle• Diagnosis -• Laparoscopic view of inside of stomach
  10. 10. • Management –• Extend trocar incision into a minilap. for a two layer closure.• Laparosocpically - Pursestring suture or a figure of 8 suture in the seromuscular layer surround the defect. - Nasogastric tube drainage for two days.
  11. 11. • Bowel - May be injured due to trocar or veress needle.Diagnosis -• Foul smelling gas through pneumo-peritoneal needle is a helpful diagnostic sign.• There may be GI contents at the tip of needle.Management –• If due to verres’ needle it is managed conservatively.• Mini laprotomy and repair of perforation.• It may be sutured of laparoscopic stapler (ENDO-GIA) can be used.• Colostomy.
  12. 12. • Small Bowel Perforation - Most often during insertion of umblical or lower quadrant trocars . • Usually recognized later in the procedure • If adhesions are not freed from anterior abdominal wall perforation may not be recognized
  13. 13. • Management –• One should consider higher primary site if adhesions are found through umblical port.• Perforation repaired transversally• If injury is free of adhesions bowel can be withdrawn through 10 mm trocar tract and repaired
  14. 14. • Injury to Viscus :• Bladder - Injury caused by second puncture trocar usually .• Diagnosis : Appearance of gas and blood in Foley’s catheter bag.• Management –• Early detection is important.• Place an indwelling catheter for 7-10 days and prophylactic antibiotics - If defect is larger.• Repaired by a figure of 8 suture through muscularis of bladder & second suture to close peritonium.
  15. 15. • Ureter - May be injured in adenexal surgeries.• Thermal injury will result in ureteral narrowing and hydroureter.Management –• Placement of ureteric stent for 3 – 6 weeks
  16. 16. Vessel Injury:• Larger vessels may be injured by trocar or verres’ needle.• CO2 peritoneum may tamponade a large vessel injury. When pressure normalizes it starts bleeding.• Management –• Examine the course of large vessels.• Overlying peritoneum is opened with laproscopic scissors or a CO2 laser.• Hematoma evacuated by alternate suction and irrigation.• *Laprotomy is required if hematoma is expanding or persistent bleeding.
  17. 17. Epigastric Vessels –• Deep epigastric vessels most frequently injured in laproscopic hysterectomy.• Management –• By Tamponade –• Rotate second puncture sleave by 3600.• By Foley’s catheter• Bipolar coutery• Needle suturing• Small haemostate (Mosquito clamp)
  18. 18. Ovarian or uterine vessels –• Injured during laproscopic hysterectomy• Management –• Bipolar desiccation• Ureter must be identified before desiccation
  19. 19. DIATHERMY RELATED INJURIESDue to –• Inadvertent activation of the diathermy pedal.• Faulty insulation• Direct couplingInjuries –• Thermal necrosis of organs.• Inadvertent organ ligation.• Unrecognized haemorrhage.
  20. 20. PATIENT’S FACTORS RELATED COMPLICATIONS• Obesity• Ascites• Organomegaly – organ damage• Coagulation disorder – haemorrhage
  21. 21. POST OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS• Concealed injury to organs• Delayed fecal fistula• Port site metastasis• Recidual air (Referred chest or shoulder pain)
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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