One of the quickest and effective modes of surgical treatment today is laparoscopic surgery. It is also referred to as minimal invasive surgery where very small incisions are made. This is done to mostly see the organs inside the abdomen and is quite a low risk procedure. Also, referred to as diagnostic laparoscopy, in this procedure an instrument called laparoscope is used. It is a thin tube that features a high-intensity light and high-resolution camera. An incision is made to insert this into the abdomen. It is done to diagnose and analyse issues that are not clear with ultrasound or CT scan and MRI. The laparoscopic surgeon examines organs like appendix, liver, etc.. One is able to detect risks of liver diseases, accumulation of fluids, etc. through this. There are a variety of procedures managed through these like Laparoscopic Surgery for Endometriosis. A mild anaesthesia dose could be given to you and this would help in minimising the pain and discomfort caused. The procedure doesn't take more than 30 minutes to an hour. Overnight stay may be suggested depending on your health. With the laparoscopy procedure not only are you able to find out health issues that might not be easily diagnosed through regular test but also treat them. This includes diagnosing minor tumours or kidney stone surgeries, etc.