Laparoscopy

Introduction
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery (sometimes called keyhole surgery) that allows the surgeon to perform surgery for a variety of urologic diseases and problems. Laparoscopy can be applied to many benign and malignant urologic problems and can be used for conditions affecting organs ranging from the kidney, adrenal gland, bladder, and prostate.

Prognosis
Patients who have undergone laparoscopy surgical procedures have experienced the same therapeutic benefits of traditional surgery, as well as greatly reduced pain, shorter hospitalization, faster recovery, and better cosmetic results.