Laparoscopy is one of the diagnostic procedures or surgical treatment which is performed for examining the organs inside the abdomen. It is also termed as diagnostic laparoscopy. In this procedure, an instrument called a laparoscope is used that has a light and a camera on it. The light and the camera on the device enables the doctor to see and observe your abdominal organs easily. This procedure is typically used for identifying and diagnosing the actual cause of pain in the abdomen or pelvis or miscarriage. The doctors mostly recommend this procedure to examine the inner organs, including the liver, appendix, gallbladder, stomach, spleen, colon, pancreas, and the reproductive organs. Some of the reasons for diagnostic laparoscopy include unexplained infertility, unexplained Pelvic Pain, and any pelvic infection in medical history.
In-Vitro Fertilisation is a type of technology for reproduction. This procedure involves freezing of an egg outside the body, in a laboratory dish. After freezing, the egg is implanted into a woman's uterus to help her conceive. With IVF, there are chances for multiple births. This technology is also known as Oocyte Cryopreservation or Egg Freezing. This procedure is also called Ovarian Tissue Bank. The technique used for Cryopreservation is mainly termed as " Vitrification".
ICSI stands for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection is a specialised form of In-Vitro Fertilisation which is primarily used for treating several severe male-factor infertility cases. In this procedure, a single, viable sperm is chosen and is injected directly into a mature egg.
Intrauterine Insemination is a technique that includes the placement of viable sperm directly into the woman's uterine cavity while she is ovulating. This procedure is performed when there are abnormalities in the sperm-like low sperm count, low motility etc. The goal of this fertility treatment is to increase the count of sperms in a male that would reach the fallopian tube in a woman and subsequently result in an increased chance of conception or fertilisation.
Hysteroscopy refers to a procedure that allows the healthcare provider to look inside the uterus of a woman for diagnosing and treating the causes of abnormal bleeding. The hysteroscopy procedure is performed by inserting a device called Hysteroscope, a thin, lighted tube into the vagina to examine the inside of the uterus and the cervix.
Semen banking, also termed sperm banking, refers to a process in which the human sperm is collected, frozen and stored for future use. The semen is kept at a semen bank, is either donated by a man to be used by couples seeking semen donation for IVF or artificial insemination procedures or is provided by men who want to get their sperm preserved. It is also called Cryopreservation. At Vignesh Test Tube Baby Centre, our semen bank uses the most advanced medical equipment available to keep your sperm specimens safe.
The patients with high-risk pregnancy can come with bad obstetric history or certain medical complications. The majority of cases with high-risk pregnancy are women who develop unexpected severe complications which require difficult decisions to manage with occasionally compromised maternal or fetal outcome. Some of the reasons for high-risk pregnancy include diabetes, sickle cell disease, cardiac disease grade 3 & 4, recurrent stillbirth, recurrent preterm labour, and many others.
Diagnostic ultrasound in Gynaecology and Obstetric refers to a medical test that uses sound waves of higher frequencies for capturing live images from the inside of your body. It is also termed as an Ultrasound. Ultrasonography allows your health care provider to see problems with organs, tissues, and vessels without making an incision. This procedure is mainly used during pregnancy to view the fetus.
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