What is Laparoscopy?
Laparoscopic is an effective procedure to treat certain conditions such as hernia, gallbladder stones, appendicitis, etc. This procedure is also known as keyhole surgery due to the minute size of incisions involved. The surgeon uses a long, thin instrument called a laparoscope which is attached to a high-resolution camera on the other end. The camera provides live images of the organs and tissues in the abdomen. The surgeon locates the epicenter of the disease via an external monitor and operates with high precision.