Minimally Invasive surgery
Minimally Invasive surgery
Introduction

Minimally invasive surgery is a surgical procedure that is performed through small holes/incisions instead of a large opening. Since your surgeon will make smaller incisions, you will likely have a quicker recovery after surgery, spend less time in the hospital and feel more comfortable while recovering.

Procedures

Unlike traditional open surgery, which often uses large incisions, minimally invasive surgery relies on small (often a few millimeters) incisions, only large enough for the insertion of thin tubes, cameras...

Indications
  • Thoracoscopic Surgery:
    • Biopsy from the lung cancer.
    • Removal of Lung cancer.
    • Surgery for Esophageal cancer.
    • Biopsy and removal of Mediastinal tumor.
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Advantages

MIS offers many benefits. Depending on the treatment goals, it helps:

  • Smaller incisions
  • Less pain
  • Early ambulation after surgery
  • Less blood loss
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