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Pelvic laparoscopy

Pelvic laparoscopy

Pelvic laparoscopy: A pelvic laparoscopy is a procedure to visualize the pelvic organs in males and females-prostate, testes, fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, cervix-using a laparoscope, a narrow tube that is inserted through a small cut in the belly area; a tiny video camera is inserted through the tube and the viewing area is displayed on a monitor. This test is performed under general or possibly local anesthesia.

Pelvic laparoscopy: Other Names

Other names for Pelvic laparoscopy include:

  • Band-aid surgery
  • Pelviscopy
  • Celioscopy
  • Keyhole surgery
  • Diagnostic pelvic laparoscopy

Symptoms Associated with Pelvic laparoscopy

These symptoms may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Pelvic laparoscopy:

Diseases Associated with Pelvic laparoscopy

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Pelvic laparoscopy:

Basic Information: Pelvic laparoscopy

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