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Pelvic Laparoscopy

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Pelvic laparoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment procedure used to visualize the inside of the pelvis and perform surgery without opening the abdomen. Surgeons at Florida Hospital are dedicated to providing these minimally invasive procedures—which greatly reduce pain, scarring and recovery time when compared to traditional open procedures—to improve care for our patients. Learn more about pelvic laparoscopy below. To find out if this procedure may help diagnose or treat your condition, request an appointment with us today.

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For many patients with symptoms and conditions affecting the organs in the lower abdomen/pelvis, pelvic laparoscopy is a cutting edge diagnostic and treatment technique available at Florida Hospital. This procedure allows surgeons and doctors to visualize the inside of the pelvis without opening the abdomen.
 
During the pelvic laparoscopy procedure, surgeons make a small incision in the lower abdomen. A tube instrument (laparoscope) equipped with a camera is inserted through the incision. The camera sends detailed images of the inside of the pelvis, where doctors can diagnose a large range of conditions. If necessary, specialized tools are used through the laparoscope instrument to take a biopsy of irregular tissue.
 
Pelvic laparoscopy is also used for treating certain conditions. Once the laparoscope is inserted, doctors can remove tissue and repair damage through the tube.
 
As an advanced, minimally invasive procedure, pelvic laparoscopy at Florida Hospital reduces the pain, recovery time and risk of complications associated with surgery. See if this cutting-edge procedure may treat your condition. Request an appointment at Florida Hospital today.
Pelvic laparoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment procedure used to visualize the inside of the pelvis and perform surgery without opening the abdomen. Surgeons at Florida Hospital are dedicated to providing these minimally invasive procedures—which greatly reduce pain, scarring and recovery time when compared to traditional open procedures—to improve care for our patients. Learn more about pelvic laparoscopy below. To find out if this procedure may help diagnose or treat your condition, request an appointment with us today.

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