What is Colon Surgery?

Colon surgery, currently advanced with laparoscopy, is a surgical treatment of colon conditions. It is processed through a set of small incisions that lets the surgeons remove the infected part of the colon. With traditional colon surgery, patients pass through painful procedures from beginning to end in recovery. Then surgeons used to make long incisions to watch infected regions inside the body organs. Modern colon surgeons hardly make 4 to 5 small incisions to monitor internal organs using micro cameras and a large LCD screen.

Benefits of Laparoscopic Colon Surgery

When it comes to colon surgery, the latest minimally invasive procedure is highly required for the accurate treatment. Here, some common benefits of the surgery are mentioned-below. These include: –

  • Less pain in post-operative period.
  • Shorter length of stay at hospital.
  • Quick heal from pain and ailment and faster return to proper intake and daily life routine.
  • Better cosmetic significances.
  • Improved bowel system.

How Is It Performed?

In this sort of surgery, the infected part of the colon is cut, and the two ends of the remaining unaffected colon are reattached. When the entire colon or rectum do not function normally, surgeons develop a new opening as an external peripheral bag which is linked to intestine to collect wastage of the body. It is all about recreating a normal working colon on the body. Compared to the traditional way of surgery, the modern surgical procedure is administered with relatively lesser pain and is called minimally invasive surgery.

Post Surgery Procedure

Regardless of high-precision tools and applied methods in laparoscopic colon surgery, patients experience some complications after being surgically operated. Patients may feel tired and weak for some days. Even they many face difficulties in having food and other edible items.

Whether you need a severe or mild colon surgery ensuring health and hygiene South Mississippi Surgeons delivers you the most advanced colon surgery solutions on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.