Minimal Invasive Surgery
Dr. Meenakshi T. Sahu has a rich experience in laparoscopic procedures and routinely performs laparaoscopic minimal invasive surgery at Delhi, South Delhi, for gynecology related ailments
What is Minimal Invasive Surgery ?
Around the world across surgical specialities, many kind of surgeries which used to be an open surgery have moved on towards minimal invasive surgery. The main goal of minimal invasive surgery is to avoid a large abdominal incision. The surgery can be done using instruments that get inside body via vaginal route (so no major incision required), or the surgery can be done using very small incision on the abdomen.
What are the advantages of minimal invasive surgery?
The advantage of minimal invasive surgery, is a shorter duration of stay, fewer complications, faster recovery time and most importantly the surgery can be done with only minor incision that has cosmetic advantages.
Which diseases can be treated with minimal invasive surgery in gynecology at Delhi ?
Majority of gynecology related surgeries can be done by minimal invasive surgeries based on expertise of surgeons. Dr. Sahu has a rich experience in laparoscopic procedures and routinely performs laparaoscopic minimal invasive surgery for gynecology related ailments. Under her leadership, our team performs minimal invasive / laparoscopic surgery for the following conditions:
- Fibroids , Myomectomy
- Infertility: Fertility sparing and Fertillity promoting surgeries
- Ovarian cyst removal
- Endometriosis related surgery
- Female organ prolapse
- Urinary stress incontinence
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Ectopic Pregnancy
- Endometrial Polyps
What types of minimal invasive surgery are available in gynecology ?
Dr. Meenakshi T. Sahu routinely performs two kinds of minimal invasive surgery at Delhi. They are:
- Laparoscopy Gynecology Surgery
Where should one not opt for minimal invasive surgery ?
We typically do not offer this procedure for very large complex tumors or complex cancer that needs extensive resection of body organs , in which open surgery may be a better option.