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What Is Laparoscopic Surgery, And Why Would You Prefer It?
A “minimally-invasive” surgery, or laparoscopic, which involves much smaller incisions uses a tiny fiber-optic tool, or laparoscopes, with a camera and light on the end is inserted through the small incision. The laparoscope transmits images in real time on a high-definition video monitor, allowing a surgeon to perform the surgery in a similar manner as if it was an open surger
The Benefits & Risks Of Robotically-Assisted Surgery in 2020
When robotic surgery was introduced in 2000 with the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the da Vinci Surgical System, many people imagined a medical future in which robotics replaced a surgeon during surgical procedures. However, replacing a surgeon’s hands-on expertise was not the intention…