Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery

Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery is a minimally invasive procedure where the surgeon treats urological health conditions.


The surgeon uses advanced and small surgical instruments guided by thin, flexible tubes with the camera attached to the end projects images on the computer for completing the procedure.

When Is Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery Recommended?

This procedure is prescribed for treating the following health conditions:

  • Nephrectomy – both radical and partial
  • Prostatectomy
  • Renal Cyst Unroofing
  • Adrenalectomy
  • Cystectomy and Partial Cystectomy
  • Ureterolysis
  • Radical Cystectomy
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Lymph Node Dissection

How Is Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery Done?

The surgeon makes 2 to 4 incisions on the abdomen during the procedure. Through these incisions, thin, flexible tubes with a camera attached to the end (known as ports) are inserted to project images on the computer. The surgeon then inserts advanced and small surgical instruments and completes the surgery guided by the images.


Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery ensures less pain, less blood loss, and faster recovery of the patient.

You may have to spend 2 to 3 days in the hospital after the procedure.

You can return to regular duties within a week.

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