Laparoscopy Diagnostic

Diagnostic laparoscopic is a type of surgical procedure to examine the inside parts of the abdomen. A laparoscope is used to look in the abdomen that has a long thin tube with the high-intensity light in addition to a high-resolution camera in front. Small incisions are done to insert the device into the abdomen and then the device sends images to a video monitor as it moves. Laparoscopy allows a doctor to see inside the abdomen without any open surgery in real time and biopsy or tissue sample from a particular organ of the abdomen can also be obtained by this method.

Laparoscopy enables a fertility specialist to look your ovaries, fallopian tubes, the outer part of the uterus, and all other parts of the abdomen. It also enables the doctors to perform surgeries while having a look at inside the abdomen. When all other tests like MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, and X-ray fail, laparoscopy provides the information.

Why is laparoscopy done?

It is used to find the problems inside the body when no other test gives accurate information. It is done by doctors to find the cause of infertility and several symptoms of abdominal pain and pelvic pain. It is done to find out if there are any scar tissues or any type of blockage in the fallopian tubes of the female.

This method is used to treat several problems related to female infertility like endometriosis, fibroids, and cysts. It can also be used to check detect the effectiveness of some treatments. Laparoscopy contributes to infertility treatment in an effective way.