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What do You Know about Laparoscopic Surgery?

When you think of surgery, what’s the first thought that comes into your mind? Sure, long incisions, huge, puckered scars, pain and perhaps a long recuperation until you regain full use of your arms and legs or are able to bend, twist or sit without discomfort.

Today, those thoughts are more than outdated.  Today, non-invasive surgery is preferred, in nearly all surgical fields, including cardiac surgery, general surgery and in bariatric and obesity treatments, just to name a few.

Laparoscopic surgery or endoscopic surgery techniques enable surgeons to operate without huge incisions and tissue damage. Healing processes are faster. This type of surgery reduces pain, and risk of infection and bleeding.

What types of surgery use laparoscopic techniques? Here are just a few: gallbladder surgery, liver surgery, small bowel, or other soft tissue organ surgical procedures. Popular laparoscopic procedures for bariatric surgery include gastric bypass, adjustable band, and duodenal switch surgeries. Laparoscopic surgery reduces complications after weight loss surgery. Laparoscopic procedures for the gallbladder and liver include bile duct exploration, bile duct injury, liver resection, and laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

Find the best of care, expertise and excellence in laparoscopic surgery and specialists in international destinations like Mexico, Jordan, Turkey and Asia, whether you need knee surgery or tumor removal. Also known as keyhole surgery or minimally invasive surgery (MIS), laparoscopic surgery enables a surgeon to operates on patients by viewing a monitor and manipulating his or her instruments without actually accessing the specific organ or tissue.

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