Laparoscopic & General Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery is an operation that takes place in the abdominal region. A cut ranging from 6-12 inches is made in the abdomen, and then the doctor gets a good view and performs the operation in the desired organ accordingly. The department of Laparoscopic and General Surgery at Manokamna Diabetics and Multi-Speciality Hospital provides you with state-of-the-art machinery in Siliguri. We have experienced doctors in our hospital to take care of the patient and provide them with suitable treatment with advanced pieces of machinery.
Laparoscopic & General Surgery

Treatments we offer

Gallbladder stone removal: The doctor makes a small incision in the patient’s belly to insert a laparoscope, a small thin tube with a camera attachment. The surgeon sees the exact location of the stone on a screen and removes it accordingly.

Appendicitis: A laparoscope is inserted from the abdomen into the place where your appendix is. The doctor gently removes it from the body by observing the footage the laparoscope is providing to the screen.

Apart from these, our hospital offers hernia operation, pancreatic surgery, breast surgery to name a few in the laparoscopic and general surgery departments.

We provide the best treatment for Laparoscopy and General Surgery in Siliguri. Our doctors and professionals have years of experience and take the utmost care while performing surgery. Our specialized professionals concentrate on addressing the patient’s issue so that they can return home hassle-free. Manokamna Hospital concentrates on providing the people of North Bengal and surroundings the ideal treatment in our hospital and we are working tirelessly in achieving that feat.

Frequently Asked Question

Laparoscopy is performed to diagnose different kinds of issues inside your abdomen.

It is advisable to put excessive pressure on the body immediately after the operation. So you should wait for a few days before starting your exercise routine.

In Laparoscopy, the doctors make smaller incisions to operate compared to open abdominal surgery. It takes less time to heal those incisions.

Bleeding from the incision, Vomiting, Breathlessness - If you develop any of these signs, feel free to contact our physician at any time.