Laparoscopic surgery, also called keyhole surgery, is a Minimally-Invasive surgery procedure that enables surgeons to work with little incisions including 0.5cm — 1.5cm.
Lean operating tools are inserted through the incisions, together with a camera called a laparoscope, that offers the eyesight of the working area.
As optics and light technologies evolve over time, laparoscopic surgery has become an increasingly popular choice over the open operation as recovery is generally faster and pain is significantly decreased as a result of the bigger wounds. Post-operative scars can also be smaller in comparison to open surgery where bigger incisions are usually made.
Laparoscopic surgery may be used to deal with various gynecological conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, chronic pelvic pain, and rectal prolapse.
Robotic surgery is a strategy that provides surgeons more control throughout the surgery, which may aid in improving the validity of their activities. In robotic operation, small surgical tools and a laparoscope (a camera which broadcasts magnified( high-definition pictures to a screen ) are held by robotic arms, which can be controlled by the surgeon by a console at the working room