Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive, key-hole diagnostic procedure that allows a surgeon to inspect the organs inside your body - without conducting an open surgery. A thin, long tube equipped with a tiny light and a high-definition camera at the tip is introduced into the body via a small incision or a port to capture images of the abdominal cavity. The capture images are transmitted to high-resolution monitors in the operating room - that allows the surgeon to perform the same operation as traditional open surgery but with smaller incisions.
Manipal Hospital is the best laparoscopic surgery hospital in Delhi offering a wide range of the diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopic services for simple as well as complex conditions of the abdomen and pelvic area.
We have best laparoscopic surgeons in Delhi who are specialized in traditional as well as advanced technologies such as robotic-assisted procedures.
With our state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and skilled health-care staff, we aim at providing painless, comfortable, no-scarring, lower-risk and speedy recovery, minimally invasive surgical procedures to our patients.
Pioneers in conducting laparoscopic surgeries with high success rates
We have a robust intensive care unit (ICU) with skilled intensivists and nursing staff.
The removal of the gallbladder is a common procedure that is best performed through laparoscopic surgery. Depending on the nature of the case and laparoscopic equipment, up to 4 incisions of between 0.5-1 cm are made to perform a Cholecystectomy. The laparoscopic apparatus then allows the surgeon to drain the gallbladder and extracting it through the…Read More
Your appendix is a narrow tubular finger-shaped organ attached to the intestines on the lower right side of your abdomen. It houses bacteria. When the appendix is blocked, it becomes inflamed and results in appendicitis. A ruptured appendix can allow the bacteria to spread to the other organs posing a risk to life. Laparoscopy is the best diagnostic…Read More
Your gallbladder will need to be removed if the gallstones in it cause complications. The presence of gallstones is called cholelithiasis. Doctors may also recommend this type of surgery if you have - biliary dyskinesia, which occurs when the gallbladder doesn’t empty bile correctly due to a defect; pancreatitis or the inflammation of the pancreas…Read More
Obesity is treated using various types of surgeries including:
Endoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (ESG): Endoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, also known as the vertical sleeve gastrectomy, is a weight loss procedure that uses laparoscopy to remove a part of the stomach in order to reduce its size.
One anastomosis gastric bypass
Roux-en Y gastric bypass: Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, is a type of bariatric surgery performed to help you lose excess weight. This weight-loss surgery involves reducing the size of your stomach and connecting it directly to the small intestine.
Revision procedures: A revision procedure is performed on individuals who have had previous weight-loss surgery and have regained weight.
Laparoscopic procedures are performed to manage various urologic disorders through small incisions which include:
Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HOLEP)
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL)
Retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS)
Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)
Endoscopic removal of Bladder Stones
Optical Internal urethrotomy
Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS)
Lap Radical Nephrectomy: A laparoscopic radical nephrectomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that is commonly performed to treat a cancerous kidney. During this procedure, your surgeon may remove the entire cancerous kidney, along with the connected ureter, adrenal gland, and a portion of the surrounding fatty tissue.
Lap Donor Nephrectomy: A laparoscopic donor nephrectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that involves removing a healthy kidney from a living healthy donor for transplant into a person with an end-stage renal disease whose kidneys are no longer functional.
Lap Partial Nephrectomy: Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy is a minimally invasive procedure used to remove the affected part of the kidney to sparing the kidney and saving kidney function.
Lap Ureteric Reimplant
Lap Renal Cyst Surgery
Robotic or laparoscopic (minimally invasive) procedures are performed to manage various benign and malignant diseases of the liver, pancreas and biliary.
Laparoscopic liver surgery: Laparoscopic liver surgery is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat liver cancer. A liver surgery may include removing part/parts of your liver with the tumours.
Laparoscopic liver resection (major and minor)
Liver tumour ablation
De-roofing of cyst
Laparoscopic pancreatoduodenectomy (LPD): Laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy is a complex and advanced abdominal procedure recommended to treat pancreatic cancer.
Pancreas resection for benign and malignant disease
Pancreatectomy (central, distal, subtotal, total)
Cystenterostomy and cystogastrostomy for pancreatic pseudocysts
Pancreatic tumour e-nucleation
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy for gallbladder disease (benign)
Resection of Bile duct
Repair of bile duct
Resection of complex gallbladder
Laparoscopic cancer/once surgery has proved to be a boon for many patients as it helps diagnose, stage, treating, monitoring, and palliating cancers as well as reducing the surgical complications and enhancing postoperative recovery time.
Laparoscopic guided biopsy to diagnose or confirm cancer.
Laparoscopic staging to identify the type of cancer and the therapy required so that the patient can experience less pain and avoid a prolonged hospital stay
Laparoscopic/Robotic onco-resection includes cancers of the adrenal, colorectal, oesophagus, gynaecology, kidney, small intestine.
Tumours of the adrenal gland that are smaller can be successfully treated using laparoscopic and robotic adrenalectomy procedures.
Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel/colon / rectal cancer, most commonly affects the colon and the rectum. In the earliest stages of colorectal cancer, the cancerous polyps can be removed through laparoscopic-assisted surgery. If it has spread to the walls of the colon, the affected portion of the colon, rectum and surrounding lymph nodes are removed.
Oesophageal (food pipe) cancer can be treated through laparoscopic oesophagectomy procedure that involves either removing only the affected portion of the oesophagus (oesophagectomy) or the entire oesophagus (total oesophagectomy). Sometimes a portion of your stomach is also removed (oesophago-gastrectomy)
Women suffering from allied early-stage, small-sized gynaecological cancers including cancers of the cervix (the neck of the womb), uterus, ovaries, vagina, or the vulva can be treated through a minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery.
The minimally invasive laparoscopic partial nephrectomy is a procedure recommended to remove small-sized kidney tumours.
A keyhole or a laparoscopic surgery is used to treat tumours of the small intestine. The procedure involves tiny incisions made on the lower abdomen while the affected intestine is removed or resectioned. The cut ends of the intestine are then joined back together.
Laparoscopic stapled gastrojejunostomy for palliation or relieve of the symptoms in gastric or pancreatic cancer.
Bowel Resection: Subtotal or segmental colectomy to treat and prevent cancer.
Robotic Surgery: Allows access to hard-to-reach areas of the colon, rectum gynaecologic cancers, etc.
Robotic surgery has made the removal of colorectal tumours in the constricted space of the pelvis much gentler due to greater precision and magnified three-dimensional view of the operating area.
Robotic surgery is successfully carried out by surgeons in women suffering from endometriosis cancer, fibroids, or those requiring the removal of uterus and ovaries.
Pneumonectomy: Removal of a lung and sometimes parts of the diaphragm, pericardium and the pleura to treat lung cancer and conditions of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and tuberculosis.
Video-assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery: Used to diagnose and treat cancer of the throat, lungs, heart and diaphragm.
Laparoscopic procedures concerned with women’s reproductive system and urinary tract include:
Lap Myomectomies (removal of fibroids): Laparoscopic myomectomy is a minimally invasive advanced surgical procedure recommended to remove uterine fibroids (leiomyomas). Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths in the uterus that may develop at any age but more common during childbearing years. This procedure involves tiny incisions in your lower abdominal region and the use of laparoscopy to remove the symptom causing fibroids
Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH)
Laparoscopic Sacral Colpopexy (correction of pelvic prolapse)
Tubal Reconstruction Surgery
Ectopic Pregnancy: An ectopic pregnancy or tubal pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs most commonly in the Fallopian tubes and not inside the uterus. Laparoscopic surgeries including salpingostomy and salpingectomy are commonly used to treat ectopic pregnancies.
Fertility Enhancing Surgeries
Tubal Opening Surgery
Laparoscopic procedures in newborns and children are safely carried out using smaller and more delicate equipment resulting in minimal pain and speedy recovery. Some of the procedures include:
Abdominal cyst excision
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair: Congenital diaphragmatic hernia’ (CDH) occurs when a hole or opening in the diaphragm allows organs like the stomach, intestines and/or liver to migrate into the chest, hampering the development of the lungs. This is a life-threatening condition and can be repaired by laparoscopic surgery.
Laparoscopic pull through
Orchidopexy: Orchidopexy is a surgical procedure that can be performed using a minimally invasive laparoscopic approach to surgically move the undescended testicle into the scrotum.
Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) for empyema chest, lung biopsy, chest tumour and cysts
Paediatric urology as pyeloplasty, ureteric reimplantation
Gastrointestinal laparoscopic procedures are an advanced surgical technique which includes tiny incisions (3-5 mm in size) in the abdomen or a single incision in the navel (single incision laparoscopic surgery) — that allows the surgeon to treat issues related to the GI tract with the help of a laparoscope. Laparoscopic Surgeon in Delhi routinely conduct:
Exploration of bile duct for stone disease
Colorectal resections for cancer: Early-stage colon cancers are often treated through surgery. Laparoscopic-assisted colectomy is performed to remove the affected portion of the colon and lymph nodes.
Cystic diseases of the liver
Small bowel surgeries
Myotomy for Achalasia Cardia: Achalasia Cardia is a rare condition that makes it difficult for food to pass from the oesophagus (food pipe) into the stomach. Myotomy is a surgical procedure which involves the splitting of the muscles of the oesophagus to loosen the oesophageal sphincter to allow easy passage of the food into the stomach.
Lap bariatric surgery
Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeries: While laparoscopic surgery is performed by a surgeon using a laparoscope, robotic surgery is performed using a computer console. Robotic surgery includes a camera arm and another arm (mechanical arm) to which surgical instruments are attached. Robot-assisted surgeries provide a 3D HD view with enhanced vision, control, and precision. Since the incisions are tiny, chances of infection are minimal, resulting in a faster recovery rate. Some general surgeries that are commonly carried out via laparoscopic or robotic include:
Gall bladder stones
Gastrointestinal cancers (Oesophageal, gastric, colorectal, pancreatic, etc.)
Hiatus hernia: A hiatus hernia is a condition when your stomach bulges up through an opening in your diaphragm (hiatus).
Simple to complex hernias: A simple or basic hernia is the bulging of an organ through an abdominal opening. A basic hernia can turn into a complex hernia when the repeated surgical attempts to close the abdominal opening fail.
Trauma and emergency surgery
Obese patients have lost weight significantly through bariatric surgery. According to a study, bariatric surgery helps patient lose about 30-50% of their excess weight in the first 6 months, and 77% in 12 months after surgery.
Yes. Laparoscopic surgeries are as safe as traditional open surgeries in children — with the advantage of tiny incisions and scars, minimal pain and speedy recovery.
The most common conditions treated using laparoscopic procedures include gallbladder stones, appendectomy, cysts, or hernias etc.
Laparoscopy is usually done as an outpatient procedure. This means that you'll be able to go home the same day as your surgery. It may be performed in a hospital or an outpatient surgical center. You'll likely be given general anesthesia for this type of surgery
Laparoscopic surgeries have many benefits, including:
Less post-operative pain
Less blood loss
Lower risk of infections
Shorter hospital stay
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