Laparoscopic surgery is performed using several small incisions, or ports: one to insert a surgical laproscope connected to a video camera, and others to permit access of specialized operating instruments. The surgeon views the operation on a video screen. Laparoscopy is also called limited access surgery, reflecting the limitation on handling and feeling tissues and also the limited resolution and two-dimensionality of the video image. With experience, a skilled laparoscopic surgeon can perform most procedures as expeditiously as with an open incision—with the option of using an incision should the need arise.

Sleeve Gastrectomy

As the numbers of morbidly obese patients increased, so did the sleeve gastrectomy surgeries or partial gastrectomy.

Gastric Bypass

If you are suffering from morbid obesity or from certain diseases like increased blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol

Mini-Gastric Bypass

The surgeon staples the stomach and reconnects the separated part with the last part of the intestines. The surgery can be conducted

Revisional Surgeries

As the number of primary bariatric surgeries has increased, so has the need for revisional bariatric procedures.

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