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Laparoscopic surgery, also called ''minimally invasive surgery'' (MIS)'', bandaid surgery'', ''keyhole surgery'' is a modern surgical technique in which operations in the abdomen are performed through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm) as compared to larger incisions needed in traditional surgical procedures.
Florida Hospital Nicholson Center completes research projects on robotic surgery using $5.9 million DOD grants

Florida Hospital Nicholson Center completes research projects on robotic surgery using $5.9 million DOD grants

Study compares postoperative outcomes, costs of laparoscopic and open antireflux surgery for GERD

Study compares postoperative outcomes, costs of laparoscopic and open antireflux surgery for GERD

Alesi Surgical announces entry into lucrative trocar market

Alesi Surgical announces entry into lucrative trocar market

New magnetic surgical device to be displayed in Texas for British Medtech mission

New magnetic surgical device to be displayed in Texas for British Medtech mission

Fortimedix Surgical completes €11M funding round to support launch of world’s first single-port surgery solution

Fortimedix Surgical completes €11M funding round to support launch of world’s first single-port surgery solution

Using the immune system to fight cancer: an interview with Dr Charles Akle

Using the immune system to fight cancer: an interview with Dr Charles Akle

Hyde Park artist draws daily creative inspiration from chronic health experience

Hyde Park artist draws daily creative inspiration from chronic health experience

Simple blood test could help diagnose endometriosis

Simple blood test could help diagnose endometriosis

New E-Vac therapy may be promising treatment option for GI leaks

New E-Vac therapy may be promising treatment option for GI leaks

Laparoscopic surgery offers safe alternative to acid reflux drugs

Laparoscopic surgery offers safe alternative to acid reflux drugs

MUSC researchers receive $1.68 million NIH grant to study better treatment for chronic pancreatitis, diabetes

MUSC researchers receive $1.68 million NIH grant to study better treatment for chronic pancreatitis, diabetes

New Cleveland Clinic study shows bariatric surgery is safe option for managing type 2 diabetes in overweight or mildly obese patients

New Cleveland Clinic study shows bariatric surgery is safe option for managing type 2 diabetes in overweight or mildly obese patients

Weight-loss surgery may be safe for managing type 2 diabetes in patients with mild obesity

Weight-loss surgery may be safe for managing type 2 diabetes in patients with mild obesity

Medeon Biodesign gets FDA clearance for new lens cleaning device

Medeon Biodesign gets FDA clearance for new lens cleaning device

Long-term treatment of GERD: an interview with Chris Rowland, CEO, Medigus

Long-term treatment of GERD: an interview with Chris Rowland, CEO, Medigus

World renowned surgeon evaluates parallels between Prostate cancer, Breast cancer

World renowned surgeon evaluates parallels between Prostate cancer, Breast cancer

Karl Storz supports the Royal College of Surgeons with IMAGE1 SPIES™

Karl Storz supports the Royal College of Surgeons with IMAGE1 SPIES™

Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery significantly lowers health care costs

Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery significantly lowers health care costs

Minimally-invasive surgery offers long-term cost savings for healthcare system, less trauma for patients

Minimally-invasive surgery offers long-term cost savings for healthcare system, less trauma for patients

Laparoscopic hysterectomy with morcellation safer than abdominal procedure for treating presumed fibroid uterus

Laparoscopic hysterectomy with morcellation safer than abdominal procedure for treating presumed fibroid uterus