What Does “Minimally Invasive” Surgery Mean? - Health Channel


What Does “Minimally Invasive” Surgery Mean? | Living Minute

What Does “Minimally Invasive” Surgery Mean?, Health Channel

Minimally Invasive surgery describes operations that have smaller incisions, less blood loss, and less trauma to the patient than traditional surgeries. Patients who have had minimally invasive operations often recover much more quickly and with less pain than those who have had traditional open operations.

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