Laparoscopic Urological Procedure: Aastha Kidney & Super Speciality Hospital
What is Laparoscopic surgery?
Laparoscopic surgery is also known as MIS (Minimally Invasive surgery) or keyhole surgery. This surgical procedure is modern in which the operation is performed on the abdomen by making small incisions which are around 0.5 cm to 1.5cm, these are smaller as compared to the incisions required in the laparotomy.
During the surgery, images can be seen on TV monitors to see the surgical elements correctly. Patients can get many benefits with laparoscopic surgery as compared to open surgery. The pain is reduced because of the smaller incisions and less blood loss. Also, there is shorter hospital stay, better results, and less downtime.
The best part is that the patient can get back to a normal routine within 1 to 2 weeks. If you are planning to undergo the surgery then make sure to get in touch with the team of experienced urologists in Ludhiana.
Laparoscopic procedures offered
Surgeons at the Astha Hospital perform the minimally invasive surgery and they are experienced to perform the surgery with the best technique. They know the traditional and modern approach of the surgery to help the patient get the best results.
This technique is used for treating the scrotum dilated veins that can be due to infertility issues.
The adrenal gland is removed in patients with benign or malignant which is the gland enlargement. The urologist will tell you what needs to be done to correct the issue.
- Renal Cyst Marsupialization
The renal cyst marsupialization technique helps to give the treatment for problematic renal cysts.
If the kidney is not functioning then the kidney removal technique can be used by the doctor. The problem happens because of benign diseases.
This method is used for securing the kidneys and allows the kidney to be in a proper location. The patient might be having the symptoms of an abnormal mobile kidney.
- Live Donor Nephrectomy
It is the method of kidney harvesting for transplantation that helps to maintain the quality and health of the kidney.
- Radical Nephrectomy
This method is for kidney removal, regional lymph nodes, and Serota’s fascia.
It is the removal of the ureter, kidney, and bladder cuff in the cases of tumor of the ureter and renal pelvis.
With this surgical technique, the ureteral stones are removed which is around 2 cm and larger.
This technique is used to mobilize one or both ureters which can be affected because of the retroperitoneal fibrosis which is because of the inflammatory reactions. With this procedure, the ureters are repositioned and recurrence is prevented.
- Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection
This surgery is used for the removal of the prostate regional lymph nodes or bladder in patients who have an increased risk of prostate or bladder cancer.