Removal of the gallbladder by laparoscopy

author: doctor Kuznetsov M.A.

Cholecystectomy or removal of the gallbladder is a frequent operation for various reasons. First of all, gallstones that accumulate during chronic calculous cholecystitis are to blame.

Gallstones occur due to cholesterol metabolism, bile pigments and bile acids. They can both block the outflow in the gallbladder, and get stuck in its ducts, as well as cause inflammation of the walls of the gallbladder.

Laparoscopy of uterine fibroids

author: doctor Kolos E.V.

Uterine fibroids is a benign neoplasm of the nodular form, consisting of muscle or serous tissue. It can be located in relation to the anatomical parts of the body on the cervix, isthmus or uterus, and in relation to the layers - submucous (under the mucous layer), inside the muscle layer, and subserous (under the serous membrane of the organ).

Consequences of laparoscopy in pregnant women and during myomectomy

author: doctor Kuznetsov M.A.

Like any other operation, laparoscopy has its consequences and complications. Despite the fact that laparoscopy refers to minimally invasive surgery, it is characterized by the same problems as for conventional surgery. Depending on the type of laparoscopy, the effects of the intervention are characteristic.

Adhesions after laparoscopy

author: doctor Kuznetsov M.A.

Adhesive disease is a condition in which connective tissue forms between the internal organs of the abdominal cavity. Adhesive disease can develop for various reasons, including during laparoscopy, especially when it was not only of a diagnostic nature.

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