Laparoscopy in gynecology
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure without a conventional operative cut and without the intersecting of the structures of the anterior abdominal wall. Laparoscopy is an operation performed under total anesthesia, which provides good visualization of organs inside the abdominal cavity and small pelvis – the uterus, the ovaries and the oviduct for the gynecologist.
Typical laparoscopic surgery is performed by making a small incision usually in the area of the navel , after which a pneumoperitoneum with carbon dioxide is made. Depending on the required operation, usually 2 more trocars are placed in the lower part of the abdomen.