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Laparoscopic Surgery

The organs located inside the belly and pelvis can be examined or even treated using laparoscopy, a minimally invasive surgery. Small incisions, less pain, a lower chance of problems, and a quicker recovery time make it a safe operation. A cannula is inserted into the abdomen after the physician creates an incision there to perform laparoscopic surgery. The surgeon inserts the cannula to expand the belly with carbon dioxide so they can see the organs more clearly. A laparoscope is inserted via the incision by the surgeon following the inflating of the abdomen. A laparoscope is a small tube with a high-definition camera and powerful lighting attached. The camera goes along, showing the images on the screen and enabling real-time viewing of the organs. After the treatment, the devices are taken out and stitches are used to close the incisions. In order to keep the patient from feeling any pain throughout the surgery, this technique is carried out under general anesthesia. The underlying illness also affects the size and quantity of incisions. A patient typically receives 1-4 incisions, ranging in length from 1-2 centimeters.


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