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  As a truly world-class institution,¬†Highway Hospital¬†offers doctors and patients cutting-edge latest Advance Laparoscopic surgical solutions.
  What is a laparoscope and how the surgery is performed ?
  A laparoscope is a small, thin tube that is put into your body through a tiny cut made just below your navel. Your surgeon can then see the organ on a television screen and do the surgery with tools inserted in three other small cuts made in the abdomen. Your diseased organ is then taken out through one of the incisions.
  Are there any benefits of laparoscopic surgery compared with open surgery?
  With laparoscopic surgery, you may return to work sooner, have less pain after surgery and have a shorter hospital stay and a shorter recovery time. Surgery with a laparoscope does not require that the muscles of your abdomen be cut, as they are in open surgery.

The incision is much smaller, which makes recovery go quicker. With laparoscopic surgery, you probably will only have to stay in the hospital overnight. With open surgery , you would have to stay in the hospital for about five days. Because the incisions are smaller with laparoscopic surgery, there isn't as much pain after this operation as after open surgery.
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