Your first Query is FREE !
1177 Doctors Online
Ask your Laparoscopic Hernia Repair queries to our experienced surgical gastroenterologists and receive instant medical advice and second opinion.
Our medical panel consists of over 50+ highly skilled surgical gastroenterologists who specialized in Laparoscopic Hernia Repair treatment.
"Thanks Dr. Gupta for the quick response"
--Someone from Ashburn, United States, 2 hours ago
--Someone from Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, 2 hours ago
"Satisfied with answer"
--Someone from Delhi, India, 5 hours ago
"Thanks a lot for your feedback. Much appreciated"
--Someone from Pretoria, South Africa, 5 hours ago
"Very helpful and accurate answers"
--Someone from Hanover Park, United States, 5 hours ago
"Ok, thank you so much doc"
--Someone from San Jose Del Monte, Philippines, 5 hours ago
"Thankyou so much"
--Someone from Multan, Pakistan, 5 hours ago
"OMG thank you so much. :D"
--Someone from Virginia Beach, United States, 11 hours ago
"Thank you so much"
--Someone from Kingston, Jamaica, 20 hours ago
Surgery performed to treat hernia by making a small incision and by using a laparoscope is called laparoscopic hernia repair. It is a minimally invasive surgery. A laparoscope is a tube-like instrument with a camera at one end. This laparoscope is inserted through a small incision that is made near the belly button. This surgery is done under general anesthesia. During this surgery, the abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide, so that the internal structures can be viewed properly. The lining of the abdomen is cut, and a mesh is placed to cover the defects in the abdominal wall.