Hysterectomy, that is, the surgery to remove the diseased uterus (womb) from a woman’s body is major surgery and must only be performed by a trained and profoundly experienced gynecologist. Following is the list of…
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A doctor performing uterus removal surgery (hysterectomy) must have a master's (MS) in Gynecology or Obstetrics and core experience in gynecological surgeries. Since laparoscopic hysterectomy is currently the most advanced way of performing uterus-related surgeries, it is likable that the surgeon is also trained and experienced in minimal access surgeries.
Conventional Hysterectomy: This involves manual incisions and stitches, and can be performed through either of the abdominal or vaginal routes.; Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: This involves tiny medical equipment with a camera and light on one end (medically known as a laparoscope). This camera is then used to provide a better understanding and access to the location, condition, and need of the diseased and the surrounding organs. It hence helps your surgeon perform a more precise and risk-free surgery with lesser blood loss and quicker recovery. This too can be used to perform uterus removal through both abdominal and vaginal routes.
X-ray; Ultrasound ; MRI ; CT Scan; Biopsy; Pap Smear