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Laparoscopic Procedures

In laparoscopic surgery, to gain access to the organs inside, incisions in the skin and muscles of the belly are made as small as possible. In this way pain and complications after surgery are reduced. Breathing and coughing are easier. The need for strong pain medications is much less so the drowsiness and unsteadiness they cause are virtually eliminated. It is possible to return to normal activities in a fraction of the time necessary after regular surgery. Once healed, the scars are difficult to see, and being small are much less likely to develop into an incisional hernia.

Browse the list on the left to see the range of procedures we commonly perform. Brochures giving more details can be downloaded from many of these pages.

 

 

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