Laparoscopic Orchiopexy:

In intrabdominal testis, this procedure is performed under general anesthesia by inserting a telescopic port through the umbilical area after making an incision.

Other two ports are inserted from either side of lower quadrant of the abdomen, diagnostic laparoscopy is performed to locate the testis and sizer or identify the presence of a hernia then the urologist carefully manipulates the testis into the scrotum and stitches into its place.

Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy

It is most common surgery which is done through a small incision in the abdominal wall and using a laparoscope or robotically assisted laparoscope to remove the entire kidney, adrenal gland and surrounding tissue including nearby lymph tissue.

Laparoscopic partial Nephrectomy

In cases of small tumors the surgeon remove the tumor and small margin of healthy tissue surrounding it instead of entire kidney, it is performed laparoscopically or robotically assisted by making a small incision on the abdominal wall.

Laparoscopic pyeloplasty

In this the ureter pelvic junction is removed and ureter is reattached to the pelvis of the kidney to create a wide opening by using a surgical robot to guide the tools through a small incision in the abdominal wall.

Laparoscopic Prostatectomy

It is less invasive than open prostatectomy, performed under general anesthesia were the surgeon makes small incisions on the abdomen to insert the camera and surgical instruments then the surgeon carefully removes the prostate gland from surrounding tissues.