A majority of gynaecological disorders and conditions, such as abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine fibroid, ovarian cysts, and uterine prolapse are diagnosed and treated using medical and surgical methods.
The gynaecological field includes diagnosis of gynaecological problems, treatment and surgical interventions related to women’s health, such as minimal access surgery, oncology, urogynecology, and fetal medicine. This field is rapidly evolving with new innovations and inventions in robotics, endoscopy, and interventional procedures.
Overview of open surgical procedures
Generally, in an open surgical procedure, the surgeon cuts the area for visibility and access to the abdominal organs using hand-held surgical instruments. Depending upon the operation type and patient size, the cut may range around 6-12 inches in length.
At times, there could be some amount of discomfort associated with the cuts. The surgery is associated with more blood loss, prolonged hospital stay, and takes longer recovery time after the surgery. An open surgical procedure is a traditional method and has been performed in the medical field for a long time.
Advantages of laparoscopy
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