Using techniques Endoscopics minimum abdominal approach, known as Laparoscopy (exploration of the abdominal cavity and its organs through small telescopes) and Salpingoscopia (exploration of the uterine horns), endoscopy or vaginally, even without anesthesia, as Histeroscopia (exploration of the uterine cavity), we are able to more accurately diagnose the various diseases that occur in female internal organs (uterus, tubes, ovaries and bladder) and also interventions correcting these abnormalities, as is done by conventional surgery (Laparotomy), without the need for hospitalization.
It operates and intervenes by small incisions in the skin, most less than 1 cm in areas that are generally not compelling. Thus, these interventions are carried out fully ambulatory, disabled and sick leave days shorter than seven days. The cosmetic results are excellent.
Interventions that were previously performed by large abdominal incisions by Laparotomy with scars upsetting hospitalization of two or more days, prolonged disability and downs over four weeks, are the same now that we made in our unit surgery, but in the form endoscopic that is, using telescopes and instruments of less than 10 mm and 5 mm, and minimal access through the abdominal wall or vagina.