Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure in which the surgeon makes a small incision in the patients abdomen to allow a laparoscope (long thin tube through which a light and optical fibres travel) to allow visualisation of the internal organs. Accessory incisions (5mm long) are made in the flanks to allow fine surgical instruments to pass to correct diseased organs.

Less pain quicker recovery

Laparoscopic Gynaecological procedures commonly performed

Other Laparoscopic Procedures