Laparoscopic Surgery


The first transatlantic surgery (Lindbergh Operation) ever performed was a laparoscopic gallbladder removal.

Laparoscopic techniques have also been developed in the field of veterinary medicine. Due to the relative high cost of the equiment required, however, it has not become commonplace in most traditional practices today but rather limited to specialty-type practices. Many of the same surgeries performed in humans can be applied to animal cases - everything from an egg-bound tortoise to a German Shepherd can benefit from MIS. A paper published in JAVMA (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association) in 2005 showed that dogs spayed laparoscopically experienced significantly less pain (65%) than those that were spayed with traditional 'open' methods. Arthroscopy, thoracoscopy, cystoscopy are all performed in veterinary medicine today. The University Of Georgia School Of Veterinary Medicine and Colorado State University's School of Veterinary Medicine are two of the main centers where veterinary laparoscopy got started and have excellent training programs for veterinarians interested in getting started in MIS.

We at Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences have been performing Minimal Access Surgeries at a very affordable price.

Various Diagnostic therapeutic Procedures like
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic Appedicectomy
  • Laparoscopic Hernia
  • Laparoscopic diagnostic procedures
  • Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis
  • Laparoscopic Sterilization
  • Laparoscopic Ovarian cystectomy and drilling uterus
  • Laparoscopic Assisted Hysterictomy, etc are being conducted regularly by using high resolution Endovision system. Many of the procedures are conducted as day care cases.