Dr Vidushi Mehta

Laparoscopy in Indore

Doctor for Laparoscopy in Indore

Laparoscopy, also known as minimally invasive surgery or keyhole surgery, is a surgical technique used to diagnose and treat a variety of medical conditions affecting the abdomen and pelvis. It involves making small incisions in the abdomen through which specialized surgical instruments and a camera (laparoscope) are inserted to visualize and access the internal organs. At our clinic in Indore, we specialize in performing laparoscopy in Indore with precision and expertise, providing patients with safe and effective surgical solutions.

Common Uses of Laparoscopy

Diagnostic Laparoscopy: Laparoscopy is commonly used as a diagnostic tool to investigate the cause of abdominal pain, pelvic pain, infertility, or other symptoms by directly visualizing the internal organs, such as the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and intestines.

Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopy can also be used to perform a variety of surgical procedures, including but not limited to:

  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal)
  • Laparoscopic appendectomy (appendix removal)
  • Laparoscopic hysterectomy (uterus removal)
  • Laparoscopic myomectomy (fibroid removal)
  • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy (ovarian cyst removal)
  • Laparoscopic tubal ligation (female sterilization)

Fertility Evaluation and Treatment: Laparoscopy may be recommended as part of a fertility evaluation to assess the reproductive organs for abnormalities such as endometriosis, pelvic adhesions, or tubal blockages that may affect fertility. Additionally, certain fertility treatments, such as ovarian drilling or tubal reanastomosis, can be performed laparoscopically.

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Advantages of Laparoscopy

Minimally Invasive: Laparoscopic surgery is minimally invasive, requiring only small incisions in the abdomen, which results in less pain, reduced scarring, and faster recovery compared to traditional open surgery.

Improved Visualization: The laparoscope provides high-definition, magnified images of the internal organs, allowing for better visualization and precision during surgery.

Shorter Hospital Stay: Patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery typically experience shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times, allowing them to return to their normal activities sooner.

Reduced Risk of Complications: The minimally invasive nature of laparoscopic surgery reduces the risk of complications such as infection, bleeding, and wound complications compared to open surgery.

Our Approach

At our clinic, we are committed to providing patients with safe, effective, and compassionate care throughout their laparoscopic surgery experience. Our team of skilled surgeons, nurses, and support staff are dedicated to ensuring that each patient receives personalized treatment tailored to their specific needs and medical condition. From pre-operative evaluation to post-operative follow-up, we strive to deliver the highest standard of care to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Frequently asked questions

Most patients experience minimal discomfort or pain after laparoscopic surgery, which can be effectively managed with pain medications prescribed by your surgeon.

Recovery time varies depending on the type of procedure performed and individual factors such as overall health and the presence of underlying medical conditions. In general, most patients can expect to resume normal activities within a few days to a week after laparoscopic surgery.

While laparoscopy is generally considered safe, like any surgical procedure, there are risks of complications such as bleeding, infection, injury to surrounding organs, or adverse reactions to anesthesia. Your surgeon will discuss the potential risks and benefits of laparoscopic surgery with you before the procedure.

Laparoscopic surgery typically results in small, barely visible scars at the incision sites, which fade over time and are less noticeable compared to the larger scars associated with open surgery.