Laparoscopic / Keyhole Surgery

Laparoscopy is a type of keyhole surgery used to diagnose and treat conditions. It allows a surgeon to use only small cuts and a camera for procedures inside the tummy or pelvis.

Keyhole Surgery also known as Minimally Invasive Surgery, it is performed using long thin instruments inserted into the body through small cuts (incisions). These small incisions, which are typically 5-10mm in length, replace the traditional long incision (which can extend over 30cm). Keyhole Surgery is becoming more and more common, and in some areas is used almost exclusively. Due to advancements in technology & expertise of surgeons major operations can be done by keyhole technique.

  • Keyhole Hernia Surgery
  • Esophageal / Stomach Disorder
  • Keyhole Gallbladder/ Gall Stone Surgery