Advanced Laproscopy,Endoscopy & Colonoscopy

Laproscopic Surgery

Laproscopic Surgery has evolved over last 15-20 years ,only because  it has less complications & more advantages associated with it . Laparoscopic surgery involves making several small incisions in the abdomen. Gas is then used to distend the abdomen, to create space for the operation. Your surgeon uses a laparoscope a long, thin tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera at the front. which has a video camera attached, to examine the area with visual references on a monitor. Specialised keyhole instruments are inserted to perform the operation.

Laparoscopic surgery has many benefits. Compared to open surgery the incisions are much smaller, which allows you to heal quicker, with no scar . Because the incisions are smaller, you will experience lower levels of pain compared to an open surgery, and your stay at the hospital will be shorter too. Your return to work or normal activities is faster.


An endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure to view and intervene within the organs of the digestive system, such as the stomach and large bowel. Your surgeon or gastroenterologist inserts an endoscope (flexible camera) through an opening in the body, such as the mouth or through the anus. We perform both gastroscopies and colonoscopies.


Gastoscopy or Upper GI Scopy is done to visualize the Upper Gasto-intestinal system in which a scope is passed through mouth to visualize Oesophagus ,GE Junction ,stomach ,Gastric Outlet and duodenum.It can be used for therapeutic purpose too to control Variceal bleeding by Banding ,biopsy of growth etc .



A Colonoscopy is a procedure using a flexible camera to examine the large bowel. There are many reasons to perform this procedure: such as investigating the causes of gastrointestinal bleeding, polyps, cancers and conditions which cause inflammation of the colon.

When your doctor detects abnormal growths, these may be removed entirely using the endoscope, or a smaller biopsy may be taken for further examination under the microscope.

At the time of the procedure, we will give you a light anaesthetic to make you feel relaxed and drowsy. The test takes about 20 to 30 minutes and you will most likely go home on the same day. A colonoscopy procedure does not cause any pain. Mild discomfort from abdominal bloating could occur, but it usually resolves by itself.


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