Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis is the surgical removal of Adhesions. They are band of scar tissue which can occure due to past surgies. It has very high chances of growing when patient have gone undergone an addbominal surgery. In most of these cases, the adhesions are asymptomatic i.e. they don’t show any symptoms, but in few cases these adhesions can cause pain and diseases such as Asherman’s syndrome. Get Adhesiolysis Treatment at our hospital.
The major risk factor to consider is that if the surgery is not done properly it may result in further adhesions, or recurring of the previous adhesion. Laparoscopy, as compared to open surgery, is known to reduce the risk of post-operation development of adhesions.
LAPAROSCOPIC ADHESIOLYSIS PROCEDURE
Laparoscopy is one of the most important factor which helps to prevent future adhesiolysis. when Laparoscopy plays an important role in not only adhesiolysis but also in preventing further adhesions when compared to open surgery. The high magnification provided during laparoscopy allows for very accurate identification of adhesions and also allows for very accurate correction of these adhesions which helps in restoration of normal anatomy Additionally, the minimal handling of tissues and the new low ____ spread devices used, cause minimal damage to surrounding tissues and prevent further formation of adhesions.
Laparoscopy, in general is a procedure in which a small & lighted instrument known as the laparoscope is inserted through small incisions made near the abdomen area. The instrument relays video to a screen which helps the doctor to inspect the inner organs in abdominal area and when the surgeon comes across the adhesions he splits them.
LAPAROSCOPIC ADHESION RECOVERY TIME & PAIN:
This surgery condiser minor as patient can leave the same day and allowed to walk the same day.
The patient may experience pain near the area where incisions were made for some days but the pain after laparoscopic adhesiolysis is much less when compared to open surgery. The doctor may prescribe medications in order to reduce the pain.
Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis Treatment can treat the following Conditions
- Chronic Pain
- Intestinal Blockages
- Spinal Stenosis
- Spinal Surgery Syndrome