Translation of laparoscopy in Spanish:

laparoscopy

laparoscopia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌlapəˈrɒskəpi//ˌlæpəˈrɑskəpi/

noun

  • 1

    laparoscopia feminine
    • There was a short remission period following the surgery, but the patient complained of recurrent abdominal pain and a laparoscopy was performed.
    • If the findings of imaging are inconclusive, a staging laparoscopy or laparotomy may be done before definitive surgery.
    • At laparoscopy, multinodular tumor implants on the surfaces of the ovaries were observed, and a biopsy was performed.
    • Sites need not be marked for other procedures including those with a midline incision, cesarean-sections, laparotomies, and laparoscopies.
    • In some patients, the fundoplication can be performed using minimally invasive surgery, or laparoscopy.
    • On September 1, 1997 a laparoscopy (surgery using a viewing tube called a laparoscope) was performed.
    • Diagnostic laparoscopy was performed, which revealed dilated veins in the omentum and falciform ligament, a nodular liver, and a mass in the right lower quadrant.
    • The patient underwent a laparoscopy with incidental appendectomy.
    • After a laparoscopy you are likely to feel some pain in the abdomen as well as ‘referred pain’ (caused by the gas used to inflate the abdomen) in the shoulders.
    • Smaller cysts can sometimes be removed using a surgical technique called laparoscopy.
    • Treatment does not correct tubal damage but prevents reactivation if laparoscopy or other pelvic surgery is indicated.
    • Often it is carried out as ‘keyhole’ surgery during a laparoscopy and may include the use of laser surgery techniques.
    • During laparoscopy, an incision is made in your abdominal wall and the laparoscope - an instrument similar to an endoscope - is inserted to look for cancer.
    • A blood type and screen also is performed in the event vessels are transected during the laparoscopy or if the laparoscopic procedure fails and a laparotomy becomes necessary.
    • The surgeon also instructs the patient scheduled for surgical laparoscopy about the possibility of converting to a laparotomy if a malignancy is discovered.
    • This occurred 10 days after a diagnostic laparoscopy for which she had had a laryngeal mask airway inserted.
    • At the time, diagnostic laparoscopies were well accepted, but surgical attempts - apart from gynaecological sterilisation - were considered experimental and therefore unethical.
    • Another means of detecting pelvic disease that might contribute to infertility is by a surgical procedure called laparoscopy.
    • And this was being used for other types of surgery including hysterectomies, laparoscopies and prolapse repairs.
    • During laparoscopy, insufflation of the abdomen moves the abdominal wall away from the intra-abdominal contents.