Posts Tagged 'Minimally Invasive Surgery'


Understanding the Laparoscopic Distal Pancreatectomy

Posted on December 12th, 2013 · Posted in Video

If your doctor has recommended a laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy, it is important for you to understand what the procedure involves and how it can help restore your health. Because of.. read more


Advances in Surgery and Medical Technology

Posted on May 20th, 2013 · Posted in News, Video

New advanced surgical technologies ensure faster and safer operations. The most significant of these is the da Vinci system of robotics. Robotic equipment allows surgeons to use less invasive techniques.. read more


Liver Resection Surgery

Posted on June 20th, 2012 · Posted in News, Video

The surgeon begins by making tiny incisions in the abdomen and inserting trocars. These ports allow access to the liver from various angles. They also serve as pathways for the.. read more

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Hernia Repair Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Inguinal Hernia

Posted on April 26th, 2012 · Posted in News

Laparoscopic groin hernia repair can be done without entering the abdominal cavity. This approach is called Total Extraperitoneal Repair. The benefits of this minimally invasive surgery include: less postoperative pain,.. read more

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What are the Benefits of Sclerotherapy

Posted on April 10th, 2012 · Posted in News

Patients who have had sclerotherapy have reported little discomfort. Some experience a slight to moderate burning sensation immediately after the injection, but this disappears within a few seconds. An ointment.. read more

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Incisionless weight loss surgery

Incisionless Weight Loss Procedure

Posted on February 9th, 2012 · Posted in News

If you are more than 100 pounds overweight, your doctor may have recommended gastric bypass surgery or gastric banding surgery. However, these types of bariatric surgery procedures are fairly extensive.. read more

Minimally Invasive Weight Loss Surgery

Minimally Invasive Weight Loss Surgery

Posted on February 9th, 2012 · Posted in News

Traditional “open” weight loss surgery requires a single large incision extending from the lower edge of the breastbone down to the belly button, typically 10 to 14 inches in length… read more

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