Our small and large intestines are living pipes that allow the food we eat to be digested and thrown out of the body. The insides of our intestines contain high concentrations of microbes. For this reason, efforts are made to prevent these microbes from spreading to other parts of the abdomen during open surgery. Since all intestinal operations performed with laparoscopic surgery are performed with a completely closed method, the microbial considerations does not have a chance to contact other tissues and organs in the abdomen. Thus, avoiding infectious complications is possible. With laparoscopic surgery, all kinds of intestinal surgery have become easier, shorter and more reliable.