A suture after a caesary sore

Author: Rudenko M.G.

Cesarean section has become much more common today than before. Today, this operation has become almost the main among other delivery operations. Its frequency is 10-20% in Russia, an average of about 15%.

Adhesive disease of abdominal cavity

Author: doctor Derjushev A.N.

Adhesive disease is a condition that is associated with the formation of adhesions in the abdominal cavity. This happens due to a number of inflammatory processes, after injuries and surgical interventions.

Laparoscopy of uterine fibroids

author: doctor Kolos EV

Myoma of the uterus is a benign neoplasm of the nodular form, consisting of muscular or serous tissue. Located in relation to the anatomical parts of the organ can be on the neck, isthmus or the body of the uterus, and in relation to the layers - submucous (under the mucous layer), inside the muscle layer, and subserosely (under the serous membrane of the organ).

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) is an endoscopic operation to remove the gallbladder. Laparoscopic examination of the gallbladder is also possible, but it is much less common.

Diagnostic laparoscopy of the cholagogue system can be carried out for oncological suspicions or clarification of the diagnosis of bile duct outflow in the absence of gallstones (eg, adhesive process).

Stitches after laparoscopy

author: doctor Samoilova MA

Laparoscopic techniques for carrying out a number of operations have a number of advantages. And first of all, this is a small amount of surgical intervention and a more rapid rehabilitation. In bed, you need to stay for about four hours or up to a day.

Gallbladder removal by laparoscopy

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Cholecystectomy or removal of the gallbladder is a frequent operation, carried out for various reasons. First of all, it is the gallstones that accumulate in chronic calculous cholecystitis.

Gallstones occur because of a violation of cholesterol metabolism, bile pigments and bile acids. They can both clog the outflow in the gall bladder itself, and get stuck in its ducts, and also cause inflammation of the gallbladder walls.

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