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Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure enabling the diagnostics and treatment of pathological lesions within the abdominal cavity.


The laparoscopic technique allows patients to return quickly to their daily lives.

Before surgery:

Two weeks prior to the procedure, the following blood tests should be collected:

  • blood cell count,
  • electrolyte panel,
  • coagulation factors,
  • blood typing,
  • glucose test,
  • creatinine test,
  • HBsAg test,
  • anti-HCV antibody test.

About the procedure:

  • During laparoscopy a camera and surgical tools are introduced into the peritoneal cavity via 3-4 small incisions made around the navel and in the lower abdomen.
  • The abdominal cavity is filled with gas. Laparoscopy may be used as a diagnostic method to assess the interior of the abdominal cavity and the patency of uterine tubes, as an operative technique to excise ovarian cysts or some uterine myomas, or to perform a hysterectomy and break up adhesions (hysterolysis).
  • Any pathological lesions excised from the abdominal cavity are examined histologically.
  • The procedure is performed under general endotracheal anaesthesia.

After surgery:

After the operation the patient stays about 2-3 days in the hospital.

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