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Laparoscopy is a procedure that enables your surgeon to look inside the abdominal and pelvic cavities to diagnose and treat a variety of abnormal conditions. A laparoscope is a long, narrow telescope with a light source and video camera at the end. The scope is passed through a tiny incision into the abdomen where images from the camera are projected onto a large monitor for the surgeon to view the abdominopelvic cavity.

Laparoscopes have channels inside the scope enabling the surgeon to pass gas in and out to expand the viewing area or to insert tiny surgical instruments for treatment purposes. The surgical instruments used in operative laparoscopy are very small but appear much larger when viewed through a laparoscope.

Minimally Invasive Endocrine Surgery

The three main minimally invasive endocrine surgeries address conditions related to the thyroid, parathyroid, or adrenal glands. The benefits of minimally invasive endocrine surgery include reduced blood loss, smaller incisions, and a quicker recovery.

Practice Location

Medical City Hospital-Building C
7777 Forest Lane,
Suite C-670,
Dallas, TX 75230

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