The operation for gallbladder is also known as cholecystectomy. The gallbladder is a small organ which makes for the digestive system of the body albeit it is not essential for survival. A person usually has a cholecystectomy if they get gallstones, which are collections of hardened substances that form within the gallbladder.

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As soon as the surgeons began to use synthetic mesh prostheses for the closure of the hernia, one problem in medicine became less. First, the probability of its reappearance decreased to 0.5-1%. Secondly, it became possible to carry out such operations in the hospital of one day and discharge patients the next day. Third, seams heal painlessly.

 

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The formation of stones is the most common pathology in the gallbladder and is associated with an increased risk of developing cancer. The treatment involves the removal of this organ; a surgery called cholecystectomy, which is currently possible with laparoscopy, minimally invasive technique that allows a faster recovery.

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The laparoscopic surgery is a technique applied in the abdominal and pelvic region, as the navel is used as the input fiber optic cables that will: illuminate and introduce instruments and camera that will be needed to perform the procedure. The three most common applications of this technique are appendectomies, sterilizations, and cholecystectomy.

3 Applications of Laparoscopic Surgery

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Laparoscopic surgery is a relatively new direction in the treatment of diseases of the abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space without performing a full incision of the anterior abdominal wall.

applications of laparoscopic surgery

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