What is laparoscopic surgery?
A type of surgery that involves a smaller cut or incision for the treatment or correction of the problem is called laparoscopy. In laparoscopy, a tool that has a tiny video camera and light is used. The surgeon inserts the tool inside your body through the small cut and then takes a look with the video monitor and checks what the problem is inside. With the help of these tiny tools, the surgeons just make small cuts; otherwise, they would have to make larger cuts to have a look inside your body. This is why laparoscopic surgeries are called minimally invasive surgeries.
Because of such minimally invasive surgeries, the patients feel less discomfort, and they also recover quickly as compared to other conventional surgeries.