Endoscopic minimally invasive surgery

Endoscopic procedures (keyhole surgery) not only keep the size of the abdominal incisions and the associated pain to a minimum, but also ensure the resulting scars are as small as possible so as not to affect the patient's physical appearance. Modern imaging techniques enable particular findings or individual sections investigated during the procedure to be saved and, if necessary, printed. This makes it easier to explain to the patient the findings made and the steps taken during the procedure. It also helps them to visualise the surgery more clearly. Numerous conditions can be treated using endoscopic surgery.

Endoscopic procedures include the removal of myomas (fibroids), endometriosis lesions, abscesses, adhesions (attachments), cysts, tumours and organs (uterus, ovaries)