Laparoscopic Removal of Adnexal Masses
Laparoscopic removal of adnexal masses ranging from 3 to 12 cm (18 complex, 5 septated cystic masses, 8 persistent simple cysts). The masses were placed in plastic sandwich bag and removed through the umbilical incision. Laparoscopic access provides a cost-effective method of removing adnexal masses with a very small risk of peritoneal spillage.
Frequently Asked Questions
The procedure includes the removal of masses from around pelvic organs through a minimally invasive laparoscopic procedure.
The symptoms can range from stomach pain, fullness, bloating to difficulty in urination, and vaginal bleeding abnormally.
Some masses can be cancerous while some are benign.