Laparoscopy is a procedure that examines the organs of the abdomen. A narrow-illuminated tube with a video camera is used in laparoscopy. A laparoscope is a name for the tube. It is inserted into a small cut or incision in the stomach. The images from the video camera can be viewed on a computer screen.

Laparoscopy has the advantage of being minimally invasive, involving a small cut in the stomach. Compared to open surgery, laparoscopy usually takes less time and has a quicker recovery.

II. Doctor Name

III. Doctor's Specialization

Laparoscopic and Gastrointestinal Surgery

IV. Patient Details

Age : 25

V. Symptoms

Pain in the right lower abdomen

VI. Test Performed

CT scan- revealed collection in the mesentery in the right iliac fossa, most likely suggestive of a mesenteric abscess/hematoma. No evidence of appendicular/colonic pathology.

VII. Diagnosis

Mesenteric abscess

VIII. Treatment

Laparoscopic drainage of mesenteric abscess

IX. Description of the Treatment

The patient presented with pain in the right lower abdomen. Dr. Harsh Sheth, one of the best bariatric and GI laparoscopic surgeon in Mumbai, examined the patient thoroughly.

Dr. Harsh recommended a CT scan to investigate the root cause of the abdominal pain. The CT scan diagnosed a mesenteric abscess. Dr. Harsh informed the patient about the condition and suggested laparoscopy to treat it.

Dr. Harsh immediately admitted the patient. Further, he performed a laparoscopy to drain the abscess; the surgery was successful. Dr. Harsh prescribed some post-operative medications to the patient. The patient experienced minimal pain and recovered within few days.

X. Patient's Feedback

Dr. Harsh Sheth was very thorough in his diagnostic approach, recommended immediate admission, and solved the problem effortlessly. My post-operative recovery was quick. All the credit goes to Dr. Harsh Sheth and his team for the same.

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