Laparoscopy - surgery using small lighted tube and camera inserted into the abdomen through small incisions - is the usual procedure and is performed by a gynecologist.
A laparoscopy is an exploratory surgical procedure in which the doctor makes an incision and inserts a small tube connected to a camera to view the herniated area.
Surgical Treatment - The physician can use laparoscopy or major abdominal surgery to enter the abdomen and remove the endometrial lesions.
In the early 2000s, it is recommended for CAH children with little or no enzyme activity and can be accomplished by laparoscopy.
In addition, the doctor may request a variety of diagnostic tests, such as imaging tests, laparoscopy, and hysteroscopy.
For laparoscopy procedures, the abdomen may be bloated with air and the swelling should go away within a few days.
Laparoscopy is a much less invasive form of surgery resulting in a smaller scar than a normal surgical procedure.
Surgery, often a form of laparoscopy, is then done to repair any damage and to remove the pregnancy.
The most reliable diagnostic approach is to perform a laparoscopy and sample the tissue.
Laparoscopy requires a small incision through which a tiny viewing instrument is placed.