keyhole surgery


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A popular term for laparoscopic surgery

keyhole surgery

A popular term  for endoscopic surgery

keyhole surgery

A lay term for LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY.

Laparoscopic surgery; keyhole surgery

Surgery that utilizes a laparoscope with a video camera and surgical instruments inserted through small incisions.
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With keyhole surgery, he might be out for six months.
To be truthful, once I'd read all the information, I didn't have any reservations about having keyhole surgery - the alternative was breaking my breastbone, which didn't really appeal to me," Kevin added.
The next thing we knew we were in Dubai for the keyhole surgery," said Sarah's husband.
Almost 100 per cent of all surgeries should be done through keyhole surgery whether in gynaecology, urology or major cancer surgeries.
Dr Carter explained that tiny cameras are slid inside small incisions below the ribs in a technique known as keyhole surgery.
He had keyhole surgery early one week and then danced the following weekend.
That confirmed cartilage damage and he will now undergo keyhole surgery which will see his United debut delayed until at least the end of October.
The technique uses an internal support which is inserted via keyhole surgery.
Summary: Ben Youngs has undergone keyhole surgery but is expected to return in time for the final two of England's World Cup warm-up matches.
A TEAM of researchers in Madhya Pradesh have perfected a method of keyhole surgery for family planning without the use of electricity.
PETS are now being neutered with minimal pain thanks to state-of-theart keyhole surgery.
Melbourne, July 18 (ANI): A new study by Aussie scientists has shown that women who go for a hysterectomy or removal of ovaries via keyhole surgery are half as likely to suffer complications than those that opt for open abdominal surgery.