Diagnostic Laparoscopy

Diagnostic Laparoscopy at Ashtead Hospital

Diagnostic laparoscopy at Ramsay Health Care UK

A diagnostic laparoscopy is keyhole surgery performed to help find the cause of symptoms such as chronic pelvic pain and infertility and to assist your doctor to make a diagnosis.

At Ramsay Health Care UK, we understand it can be an anxious time when you have a diagnostic laparoscopy to find out the reason for your symptoms, get a diagnosis, have a biopsy and wait for the results, and possibly have treatment at the same time. Our compassionate teams are here to support you at all times.

Our highly regarded and experienced surgeons routinely perform diagnostic laparoscopy, so you can rest-assured you are in expert and safe hands.

We offer rapid access to appointments so won’t have to wait for a consultation, your diagnostic laparoscopy procedure or any further treatment that may be required.

All Ramsay hospitals follow strict protocols to keep you and of our staff as safe as possible whilst at our hospitals.

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