Laparoscopic is also known as keyhole or minimally invasive surgery. The traditional method uses the open procedure in which one large abdominal incision is made to examine the tissues and structures inside.
On the other hand, in a laparoscopic procedure, only a small incision of up to 1.5 cm is made, usually near the belly button area. Then the abdominal walls are expanded by inflating the abdomen with carbon dioxide. This gives an internal view to the doctors and thus provides them with a room to work.
- Less pain compared to traditional surgery.
- Shorter Recovery Time
- Smaller cuts than might you expect
- Reduced bleeding
- Reduces the risk of pain
- Reduced risk of post-operative surgery
- Shorter stays at the hospital
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