diagnostic laparoscopy


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diagnostic laparoscopy

Laparoscopy for identifying and managing intraperitoneal diseases or injuries, e.g., after penetrating trauma to the chest and/or abdomen.
See also: laparoscopy
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Diagnostic laparoscopy has been considered for identifying occult metastatic disease that is not detected preoperatively.
Otherwise, diagnostic laparoscopy is the procedure of choice.
The diagnostic laparoscopy made it possible to confirm the available adhesive process in case of TPFI in women in 100% cases (Table 2).
In another case a diagnostic laparoscopy was performed but open surgery was performed for treatment due to lack of experience with laparoscopic surgery and technical reasons.
The patient was advised excision of the swelling along with diagnostic laparoscopy which revealed a mass attached to the round ligament just above and lateral to the right pubic tubercle about 2x2 cm (Figure-1).
The volume of the diagnostic measures was carried depending on the weight of the patient's condition and included: X-ray, contrasting X-ray investigation, ultra-sound scanning, ezophagogastroduodenoscopy, CT and diagnostic laparoscopy.
As the patient's symptoms did not improve with conservative management, he ultimately agreed to undergo a diagnostic laparoscopy, and was taken to the operating room on hospital day 9.
In case of diagnostic doubts, it is possible to resort to diagnostic laparoscopy, through which we will be able to evaluate the uterine aplasia or hypoplasia, the presence of uterine rudimentary horns and normal ovaries placed in the high part of the pelvis.
First, a 5 mm trocar was placed away from the catheter insertion site, and a diagnostic laparoscopy was performed to determine the source of the
Diagnostic laparoscopy was carried out in 260 patients.
Although the possibility of cure and the diagnosis were in doubt, the patient underwent diagnostic laparoscopy, laparotomy and left lateral segmentectomy (seg.

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