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scarless

(ˈskɑːləs)
adj
1. lacking a scar or blemish
2. tending to leave no scar or blemish
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Look to two new technologies for scarless donor sites
3mm instruments, often referred to as micro laparoscopy, allow for surgeons to make tiny incisions that are deemed virtually scarless for patients.
Rare spontaneous parietal endometriosis occurring around the umbilicus has been reported in scarless abdominal wall by presumed hematogenic or lymphogenic spread of endometriosis cells from the abdomen (1, 5, 32).
If the limiting factors increase day by day then the art of vaginal hysterectomy, which in real sense is a scarless surgery, will be lost someday.
Gray is nationally and internationally recognized as the inventor of the scarless breast reduction, a procedure that eliminates scars associated with the older, traditional method of breast reduction.
The first-ever magnetic scarless robotic cholecystectomy (gallbladder surgery) has been performed using US-based medical technology company Levita Magnetics' FDA-approved-Levita Magnetic Surgical System, the company said.
The feasibility of scarless single-port transumbilical total laparoscopic hysterectomy: Initial clinical experience.
NOTES (Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery), the one promising to be a scarless technique, was the most attractive.
SILS is basically a scarless surgery, because the entire surgery is done via the belly button, leaving no scars on the abdomen," Remedios said.
He claimed it was a scarless and quick recovery procedure.
In particular, collagen III is suggested to regulate collagen I synthesis [2], as a higher ratio of collagen III to collagen I is associated with scarless wound healing in mammal models [3, 4], and collagen III-deficient mice exhibit more pronounced wound contracture than those with collagen III [5].