laparoscopic examination

laparoscopic examination

examination of the peritoneal cavity using a laparoscope.
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The patient underwent hysteroscopic and laparoscopic examination under general anaesthesia.
Procedures--Fifteen quail underwent laparoscopic examination of the left kidneys, and 15 quail underwent laparoscopic examination and biopsy of the left kidney.
But in such women, the absence of tubal pathology after hysterosalpingogram (HSG) or laparoscopic examination does not rule out potential fertility problems, said Dr.
This study represents its first use for laparoscopic examination of the pelvic and abdominal cavities in the US.
To really compare biopsy with biomarkers, the gold standard would have to be laparoscopic examination and biopsy of the liver.
However, new technologies, especially imaging technologies, can provide an earlier diagnosis than is possible with a laparoscopic examination.
In fact the first laparoscopic examination of a human abdomen was done in Sweden in 1910 but it was not until the 1970s that it came into routine use in gynaecology, for examination and for sterilisation.
The researchers collected biopsies from 89 of the infertile controls prior to laparoscopic examination.
Currently, laparoscopic examination through an incision made in the abdominal wall is the only way to diagnose the disease.
patient, a woman who had experienced premature ovarian failure at age 14, laparoscopic examination and ovarian biopsy showed atrophic, elongated ("streak") gonads with no follicles and a small uterus with an otherwise normal reproductive tract.
Regular laparoscopic examination of 21 patients with chronic cirrhosis or hepatitis proved essential in diagnosing tiny nodules of hepatocellular carcinoma in 15 patients, Dr.
Patient outcome was evaluated by second-look laparoscopic examination of 16 surgical and non-surgical sites within 12 weeks following surgery.

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