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Pelvic Laparoscopy

Conditions Related to Pelvic Laparoscopy

The pelvic region of the abdomen contains many organs and tissues associated with several functions of the body. These related conditions to pelvic laparoscopy may cause similar symptoms, so diagnosis is an important part of determining the best treatment. As a minimally invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat a related condition, pelvic laparoscopy surgeons may prefer this procedure to reduce pain and improve accuracy. Other diagnostic tests may be performed to diagnose the condition, but many of these return inconclusive results.
Some of the related conditions that may be diagnosed or treated using minimally invasive pelvic laparoscopy, include:
  • Tumors
  • Injuries
  • Bleeding in the abdomen
  • Infections in the pelvic cavity or organs
  • Unexplained abdominal pain
  • Blockages or obstructions
  • Staging of cancer
  • Trauma to the abdomen (location and severity of injury)
  • Pelvic pain
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Fibroids
  • Infertility diagnosis (assessing the filopian tubes)
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Endometriosis
  • Adhesions (scar tissue between organs)
  • Polyps
If you suffer from any of these related conditions or suspect pelvic laparoscopy could diagnose your symptoms, request a screening appointment online today.

Locations for Pelvic Laparoscopy