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Laparoscopy is direct visualization of the peritoneal cavity, ovaries, outside of the tubes and uterus by using a laparoscopy. The laparoscopy is an instrument somewhat like a miniature telescope with a fiber optic system which brings light into the abdomen. It is about as big around as a fountain pen and twice as long.

An instrument to move the uterus during surgery will be placed in the vagina. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is put into the abdomen through a special needle that is inserted just below the navel. This gas helps to separate the organs inside the abdominal cavity, making it easier for the physician to see the reproductive organs during laparoscopy. The gas is removed at the end of the procedure.

Microlaparoscopy a new minimally invasive diagnostic surgical procedure uses telescopes and instruments that are much smaller than normal. If this procedure is appropriate for your condition, smaller incisions will be made and postoperative abdominal tenderness may be reduced.

This procedure involves inserting a small telescope known as a laparoscope through the abdominal wall when the pelvic organs can be clearly seen. A laparoscopy is performed in the operating theatre, usually as a day-case under a general anaesthetic. Laparoscopy is performed to inspect the uterus, tubes and ovaries for the presence of adhesions. Other pelvic problems such as Hydrosalpinx, Pelvic TB, Endometriosis and Fibroid can also be detected.