Laparoscopic surgery of the small and large intestine can be performed to treat multiple conditions, such as:
- polyps of the small or large intestine,
- colorectal cancer,
- inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis),
- colonic inertia,
- stricture of the colon.
Laparoscopic procedures are significantly less invasive than open surgeries. They carry a much lower risk of bleeding and allow for a shorter recovery time. After laparoscopic surgery of the small and large intestine, You can also expect good cosmetic results. During this procedure, instead of one large cut, the surgeon makes a series of small incisions in Your abdomen. Thanks to this, scars after laparoscopic surgery are hardly visible.