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Laparoscopy is a procedure used to check the organs in the belly (abdomen). It can also check a woman’s pelvic organs. One benefit of laparoscopy is that it is minimally invasive.  Laparoscopy may be used to take a small tissue sample for testing (a biopsy). It can also be used to remove organs such as the appendix (appendectomy) or the gallbladder (cholecystectomy). 

An abdominal laparoscopy can be done to check the abdomen and its organs for: 

  • Tumors and other growths 
  • Injuries 
  • Bleeding inside the belly 
  • Infections 
  • Belly pain that can’t be explained 
  • Blockages 
  • Other conditions 

A laparoscopy is often done when the results of a physical exam, X-ray, or CT scan are not clear.

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