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Laparoscopic surgery is a process of surgical intervention that does not require extensive incisions.

 

Punctures in the abdominal or thoracic cavity are performed, then special tubes (trocarriers) are introduced into these punctures through which a laparoscope is carried out, that is, an optical device that outputs images to the monitor and surgical instruments. This method helps the surgeon observe the process of his work and perform it without a single mistake.

 

 

Advantages of laparoscopy:

- Small rehabilitation period

- Low traumatism

- The risk for the development of adhesions and infectious complications is very small

- Small traumatism

- And that not a little important is cheaper than an open surgery.

 

Laparoscopic hernia surgery is performed with the consequences of injuries, which are less noticeable compared to the open surgery performed in the hernia area. In the presence of signs of peritonitis, purulent skin lesions in the puncture area, obesity and intestinal obstruction, general anesthesia is performed. Once the doctor manages to make access to the abdominal cavity, he cuts the hernial ring and performs further steps of the operation. If dubious reactions occur, the surgeon opens the abdominal cavity for additional examination and examination of internal organs. The plasticity of the hernial defect is carried out with the help of your own tanya or transplant.

 

Laparoscopic operation on the cyst. It is carried out through three incisions in the wall of the abdominal region. It is not recommended to eat food 12 hours before the procedure. The operation is performed under general anesthesia.