Laparoscopy, Endoscopy, Minimally Invasive Surgery

Since Laparoscopy surgeries are minimally invasive, postoperative pain is less than open surgeries.

It does not cause any aesthetic problems and the patient can quickly return to his/her daily life. The time to return to work is also quite short. The patient can easily return to work after 1 week. In open operations, this period takes 2 to 4 weeks.

Another advantage of endoscopic laparoscopic surgery is that there are fewer operation-related adhesions in the abdomen after the operation. Therefore, it is recommended that expectant mothers who want to have a child prefer this method.
It is very difficult to see many areas in the abdominal area. In endoscopic laparoscopic surgery, areas in the abdomen that are difficult to observe can be easily detected and treated.

To whom is endoscopic laparoscopic surgery performed?

Almost all operations involving the abdominal region can be performed with the endoscopic laparoscopic surgery approach. According to this;

  • Gallbladder stones
  • Acute inflammation of the gallbladder (Acute cholecystitis)
  • Acute appendicitis
  • Reflux surgeries
  • Umbilical and Inguinal hernias
  • Large intestine tumors



What is Minimally Invasive Surgery?

Minimally invasive surgery, also known as closed surgery in society, is a surgery method performed through small incisions, aiming to cause minimal damage to the body. In these operations, the use of high-tech surgical equipment and imaging methods is the most important part of the procedure. Depending on the type of operation to be performed, detailed planning is made before the surgery and the surgical technique during the operation is performed.


Which diseases are minimally invasive used in the treatment of?

Minimally invasive methods; It can be used in the treatment of diseases treated by many departments such as cardiovascular diseases, thoracic surgery, gynecological oncology and gynecology, general surgery, urology, brain and neurosurgery, orthopedics and traumatology.


What is heart surgery with a small incision (minimally invasive)?

The question “What is minimally invasive heart surgery?” is among the most frequently asked questions. The minimally invasive surgery method, which makes the difficult process of heart surgery go through much quicker and painless, is performed with smaller incisions instead of cutting 20-25 cm of the chest (sternum) bone.


In which diseases is small incision (minimally invasive) heart surgery used?

Small incision heart surgery can be performed with small incisions when repairing and replacing heart valve surgeries such as Aortic and Mitral, when coronary bypass surgery is required, when closing some heart holes, when aortic aneurysms are needed, and when intracardiac tumors need to be removed.


How is heart surgery performed with a small incision (minimally invasive)?

Surgeries are performed through incisions made under the right or left breast, under the collarbone, or by slightly opening the breastbone. In open heart surgery, the sternum is completely opened, but thanks to technological developments in heart surgery, bypass surgeries and valve surgeries can now be performed through small incisions.