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Gynecologic laparoscopy

Details about this medical service

Why Gynecologic laparoscopy?

Gynecologic laparoscopy is an volition to open surgery. It uses a laparoscope to look inside your pelvic areaOpen surgery frequently requires a large gash.

A laparoscope is a slender, lighted telescope. It allows your croaker to see inside your bodyIndividual laparoscopy can determine whether you have conditions similar as endometriosis or fibroids. It can also be a form of treatment.

Gynecologic laparoscopy service

Management of High risk pregnacy

Infertility treatment.

Gynecological oncology


Gynec endocrinology


Gynecologic laparoscopy

Colorful surgeries performed with the help of a laparoscope – a bitsy viewing instrument powered by fibre-optics – are available to maintain the health of the womanish reproductive system.

The veritably first laparoscopic surgery was performed as early as 1901. But it wasn’t until the 1990s that minimally-invasive laparoscopic- backed ways were introduced into endovascular, urological, gynecological, and cardiac surgery. In the last 50 times, laparoscopic instruments came from being used for simply individual procedures and viewing to performing life- altering surgeries.

Our Gynecologic laparoscopy Procedures:

applications of Gynecologic laparoscopy

Lap Ovarian Cystectomy

It is the removal of cysts from one or both of the ovaries. The formation of cysts at some point in the life of a female is quite common. Some cysts disappear on their own. At other times, they interfere with menstrual cycles or conception or cause pain during intercourse or your period. Such cysts can be removed via a minor incision on the abdomen.

Lap Endometriosis

Endometriosis is associated with painful, heavy periods, and often, infertility. Laparoscopic surgery to treat endometriosis uses a small camera inserted through an incision in the abdomen. The abdomen is inflated using gas to allow a clear view. Upon deciding the mode of treatment, the surgeon uses lasers, electricity, or a freezing process to destroy the endometrioma.

Lap Surgery for Ectopic pregnancy

When pregnancy – to be precise, the implantation of the embryo – happens inside the fallopian tube, it is not viable. The fetus will not survive and it can lead to hemorrhaging, potentially becoming life-threatening to the woman. To treat an ectopic pregnancy, laparoscopic surgery is recommended when treatment through hormones or other medication is not possible or has failed.

Lap Sacro colpopexy

Sacral colpopexy refers to the surgical repair of an organ that has prolapsed or fallen back down in the pelvis. This surgery is required to keep the functioning of the bladder, intestines, and the sacral promontory intact. It can address the prolapse of the vaginal walls, cervix, or uterus in women of advanced age. This procedure allows the surgeon to repair the prolapsed walls of the vaginal vault, vaginal cuff, or the vaginal apex.

Service Benefits

Surgeons performing surgery

contact capital Laparoscopic Surgery is a tertiary referral center attracting patients from all over the region. This highly specialized unit is committed to focussed care on Gastro-Intestinal Diseases and is well equipped to perform all major GI surgeries like liver resections, pancreatic resections, and all advanced GI Laparoscopic surgeries. The main objective of the department is to serve as an apex institution providing state-of-the-art medical facilities though highly sophisticated equipment and highly skilled personnel.

The department has state-of-the-art equipment like Harmonic Scalpel, vessel sealing system, Intra-operative ultrasound, High Definition 3-Chip laparoscopic systems of Karl-Storz, Stryker and has facilities like Intra-operative Endoscopy. The department has excellent support of well-equipped ICU and super-specialists.

In this modern era, the Department of General Surgery has been redefined as the Department of Laparoscopic surgery ( Minimal Access Surgery or Key-hole surgery). Almost all abdominal surgeries can now be done with the help of a laparoscope by using small key-hole like incisions instead of traditional large cuts on skin. The benefits of this approach include the reduction in pain, speedy recovery, less blood loss and minimal/no scar on the body.

With state-of-the-art facilities, the Centre is associated with Cancer, Breast, Thyroid, Vascular, Trauma Surgery, Gastroenterology, Hepatobiliary (Liver, Gall Bladder, Bile Duct), Pancreas, Endocrine, Oncology, Paediatric, Bariatric and Basic Cosmetic Surgeries.