Dr Ahmed Javed, Dr Ahtasham Tehseen, Dr Amina Najiullah Attaullah
Aim: To assess the possibility and viability of laparoscopic the board of confusions without transformation to laparotomy in gynecologic laparoscopic surgery. Methods: We examined significant intricacies during gynecologic laparoscopic medical procedure. In view of patients' clinical records, we detailed sorts of laparoscopic medical procedure, kinds of entanglement, early acknowledgment of inconveniences, furthermore, treatment strategy for complexities. Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from May 2019 to April 2020. Results: Overall, 34 (2.25%) mix-ups occurred in this survey. There were 18 (0.67%) bladder injuries, 6 (0.22%) significant vessel injuries, 4 (0.13%) interior injuries, 3 (0.11%) ureteral injuries, 2 (0.07%) diaphragmatic injuries, and 1 (0.06%) unfamiliar intravesical body. In total, 32 of the 6 injuries were effectively repaired by laparoscopy. In one case, the rectal hole occurred on the third day after the medical procedure; Hartmann's activity followed by colostomy inversion was performed. Conclusion: Laparoscopic the board of intricacies in gynecologic laparoscopic medical procedure is achievable and productive. Keywords: viability of laparoscopic, transformation to laparotomy, gynecologic laparoscopic surgery.