- X-ray, CT scan, ultrasound or abdominal angiogram to diagnose a condition
- Traditional surgery to treat the condition
- Robotic surgery
- Hormone therapy or prescription medications
- Pain medications
Minimally Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopic)
Treatments Related to Laparoscopic Minimally Invasive Surgery
For some patients, doctors may recommend related treatments to laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery depending on the patient’s condition. For instance, patients with bleeding problems, abdominal wall malignancies, chronic tuberculosis, multiple surgical adhesions and more may not be candidates for the minimally invasive procedure.
Doctors at Florida Hospital review a patient’s physical health, condition, medical history and family history before recommending a treatment. Then, doctors work with patients to determine the treatment option that fits the condition and the patient’s health goals.
These are some of the related treatments that may be recommended:
See if laparoscopic minimally invasive treatment or a related treatment is right or your condition.