Diagnostic laparoscopy for abdominal organs

Diagnostic laparoscopy is a medical procedure used for the diagnosis and evaluation of abdominal organs. It involves the insertion of a specialized endoscopic instrument called a laparoscope through a small incision into the abdominal cavity. The laparoscope contains a light source and a camera that allows the doctor to see the interior of the abdominal cavity in real time.

During diagnostic laparoscopy, several small incisions are typically made in the abdominal area. With the laparoscope, the doctor can examine and assess abdominal organs such as the liver, gallbladder, appendix, ovaries, uterus (in females), parts of the digestive tract, and other abdominal structures.

This procedure enables the doctor to detect and diagnose various conditions, including inflammatory diseases, tumors, endometriosis, cysts, fluid collections, injuries, and other abdominal issues. During diagnostic laparoscopy, the doctor may also take tissue samples (biopsies) for a more accurate diagnosis.

Laparoscopy is an invasive procedure, but it is considered less invasive than open surgery. It offers several advantages, including smaller incisions, reduced scarring, faster recovery time, and less postoperative pain compared to traditional abdominal surgery.


Confido Medical Centre
Veerenni 51, Tallinn


Diagnostic laparoscopy (with histological or cytological examination)
Starting from 1600 €
Surgeon's appointment
110 €

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