Laparoscopic surgery is used to examine the abdominal organs such as the appendix, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, spleen and stomach for diagnostic purposes. A long thin tube with a high resolution is inserted into small incisions in the body. This may be to diagnose sources of pelvic or abdominal pain which stem from tumors, fluid in the abdominal cavity, liver disease or cancers.

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While considered a low risk procedure, there are some risks associated with laparoscopic surgeries which when performed have led to claims of medical negligence. The most common risks that can occur are bleeding, infection or damage to the organs during the procedure. Experts in laparoscopic surgery are often required to conduct assessments of plaintiff injuries or of defendant practitioner procedures and training.

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