Laparoscopy in Nice
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique performed in the abdomen with the use of a small camera and adapted surgical instruments
Diagram of a laparoscopy
Extraperitoneal caesarean section
Dr. Velemir is one of the ten gynecologists-obstetricians to practice extraperitoneal caesarean section in France. The technique of extraperitoneal cesarean section is still unknown, almost confidential, it has great benefits for moms and their babies. With extraperitoneal caesarean section, the sequelae and the risk of complications are reduced.
Learn more about extraperitoneal caesarean section.
What is a laparoscopy?
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique that enables the seeing and operating of organs located in the abdomen without opening the abdominal wall by introducing a mini-camera through the navel.
Why is this technique preferable?
This minimally invasive process gives the patient an advantage by comparison with a laparotomy (conventional opening of the abdominal wall) in terms of:
- Pain: lower use of analgesics
- Gets the patient back on their feet: earlier discharge, faster recovery
- Cosmetics: almost invisible scars
What operations are achievable by laparoscopy?
In expert hands, almost all gynecological problems can be treated by laparoscopy:
How is a laparoscopy done?
First, a laparoscopy requires general anesthesia. Once the patient is asleep, a harmless gas is injected gradually into the abdomen to create a workspace. A tiny incision is made in the navel through which the laparoscope (long thin tube that transmits what is happening inside the womb live on a television screen) is inserted. Two to three other small incisions are made in the lower abdomen through which surgical instruments like long fine forceps are passed.