Minimally Invasive surgery

Minimally invasive surgery uses tiny cuts in the skin or no cuts at all rather than the large cuts often needed in traditional surgery.

There are many kinds of minimally invasive surgery. Each involves the surgeon using an endoscope. This is a thin tube with a light and tiny video camera on the end. The endoscope lets the surgeon see inside the body and use very small surgical tools in the area.

  • Laparoscopy
  • Robot-assisted surgery (robotic surgery)
  • Endoscopy

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