Gynae Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure performed for a number of reasons. This noninvasive process may help diagnose various conditions including ovarian cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy issues, infertility issues and pelvic inflammatory diseases – among many others.
At Dr Bhumika’s gynaecology clinic in Noida, we perform laparoscopy procedures using laparoscope tubes equipped with cameras inserted through an incision and sent directly to your doctor, who receives images of organs within your abdomen from these cameras.
For Gynae laparoscopy in Noida, consult Dr. Bhumika Shukla at Niraamaya Clinic.
If you are experiencing sudden abdominal discomfort, laparoscopy is an effective method to identify its source. As it’s a minimally invasive process that provides doctors with direct views of organs inside the abdomen and their locations within, this procedure offers insight into what may be causing the pain.
Laparoscopy may be used to remove enlarged ovaries or cysts with laparoscopic techniques. A small incision will be made, carbon dioxide gas will then be introduced through it into your abdomen in order to expand and better view your ovaries by your physician.
Dr. Bhumika Shukla has been practicing as a leading gynaecologist in Noida for more than ten years, serving both public and private patients alike. In 2012 she founded Niraamaya Clinic to directly serve her patients and add personal touches missing in hospitals.
How Laparoscopy Works
Laparoscopy is a surgical process in which a camera is used to examine your womb, ovaries, fallopian tubes and other pelvic organs using tiny incisions (ports) placed through your abdomen.
A surgeon uses a laparoscope, an instrument consisting of a thin tube equipped with high-resolution camera and light, during each port in the procedure.
Once your tummy has been filled with carbon dioxide gas, your surgeon can examine through each port of the laparoscope to see what’s happening inside of you. Video from the laparoscope will then be displayed on a television monitor.
Laparoscopy can also help your surgeon pinpoint why you have symptoms or health concerns, including cancer diagnosis and treatment plans. The information from laparoscopy may assist in making these decisions.
Laparoscopy may carry certain risks, including bleeding, contamination and damage to bowel or bladder structures; however, these instances are rare and usually treatable with other procedures.
What Is Laparoscopy?
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique that allows your surgeon to inspect your abdominal region without making large incisions – also known as keyhole surgery – without making large cuts in order to diagnose and treat various problems in this region. It can help identify potential health concerns in this region and detect issues early.
Beginning the procedure involves creating a small incision near your belly button measuring no more than half an inch long, through which a hollow needle will be inserted and carbon dioxide gas will be delivered through it to widen your abdominal cavity so you can better view all of your organs.
Your surgeon may need to make small cuts in your belly in order to insert special surgical tools. This may allow them to perform tissue biopsies or perform other tests for abnormalities in order to diagnose potential health concerns.
Laparoscopy is an effective and safe way to diagnose and treat certain conditions affecting the womb, ovaries and fallopian tubes. However, laparoscopy could potentially damage these organs if you have endometriosis or scar tissue present; although this is unlikely it could happen leading to additional surgery or infection.
What Is Laparoscopic Surgery?
Laparoscopy is a form of surgery that allows your doctor to explore inside your body without making an incision or major cut, commonly referred to as keyhole surgery. It offers an easier and safer alternative than open abdominal surgery which involves creating larger incisions in order to access its contents.
Your surgeon will make a small cut near your belly button (umbilicus), then insert a tube known as a laparoscope through that same cut.
This camera transmits video images of your abdomen to a monitor for viewing by your doctor, who then makes one or more cuts in it to insert surgical instruments through.
Your surgeon may use another incision to place a trocar – a long and narrow instrument used for inserting medical instruments – so they can insert cameras and other instruments directly into your body through trocars.