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Laparoscopic Cancer Surgery uses approximately 4 to 5 small incisions of 0.5–1cm in size. Each incision is called a "port". At the beginning of the procedure, the stomach is inflated with carbon dioxide gas to provide work and viewing space for the surgeon. A tubular device, known as a trocar, is inserted at each port. Special instruments and a special camera, known as a laparoscope, pass through trocars during the process. The laparoscope transmits images from the abdominal cavity to the high-resolution video monitor in the operating room. During the operation the surgeon sees detailed images of the abdomen on the monitor. This system allows the surgeon to perform an operation similar to traditional surgery but with smaller incisions. While Laparoscopic Surgery approaches are used for many abdominal procedures, such as removal of the appendix, repair of the gall bladder and hernia that allow the patient to recover faster due to less pain and quicker mobilization, laparoscopic for cancer surgery / The use of minimally invasive approaches is still very little and sometimes a matter of debate. For cancer patients, questions remain regarding the adequacy of tumor removal, the risk for recurrence of the disease, and the effect on their survival. Myth 1: Complete tumors cannot be removed via laparoscopic approach Truth: Laparoscopic cancer surgery is performed in the same technique as open surgery, but with the help of specialized equipment that allows careful dissection and surgery through small incisions. Myth 2: Laparoscopic approach increases tumor spread Truth: Various clinical trials have shown that laparoscopic cancer surgery is comparable to open surgery in terms of oncological results. The use of wound protectors during tumor recovery as well as low manipulation tumors during laparoscopic surgery for cancer is safe and does not allow the tumor to spread. Several comparative tests prove that laparoscopic cancer surgery is safe and equal to its open counterpart and is beneficial to the patient and improves quality of life by eliminating large abdominal scars as well as post-operative pain . At the same time you must remember that laparoscopic approaches cannot be used for all types of cancer. Those who are advanced or stuck to other structures in the abdomen may require an open approach or a hybrid approach to a small abdominal scar to remove the cancer. The Following Cancer Conditions Can Be Operated By Laparoscopic Approach : - Gastrointestinal Cancers: Stomach Esophagus Small Intestine Colon Rectum Anal Canal Pancreas Liver - Gynaecological Cancers: Uterine Ovary Cervix - Urological Cancers: Kidney Urinary Bladder Prostate - Thoracic Cancers: Lung Cancer Thymic Tumors Mediastenal Tumors - Others: Retroperitoneal Sarcomas Thyroid Cancers

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