Morcellator – coming soon
A morcellator is a surgical instrument used in laparoscopic surgery to divide and remove large masses of tissue, such as fibroids or tumors, from the uterus, bladder, or other organs. It works by breaking the tissue into small pieces that can be easily removed through a small incision. Morcellators may be hand-operated or powered by electricity, and they come in various sizes and shapes to accommodate different types of tissue and surgical procedures. While morcellation can make some surgeries less invasive and easier to recover from, there are risks associated with the procedure, including the possibility of spreading cancer cells if the mass being removed is cancerous. Therefore, morcellation is typically only used in cases where the risk of malignancy is low.