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Open neck exploration is a safe treatment option if minimal access surgery is not available.
Surgical robotics are "a key enabler for increasing access to minimal access surgery and keyhole surgery," Dr.
Royal surrey county hospital has an international reputation for minimal access surgery and research/delivery of enhanced recovery practice.
"The surgery was not a big deal it is a minimal access surgery. Though it is not a one-off thing, we need to follow up the patient for three years to ensure that he maintains the kind of life that we want.
Comparison of Various Variables in Two Port Technique Journal of Minimal Access surgery (Oct-Dec-2014); Vol 10, Issue 4.
Prof Dr Rooh Ul Muqim, who is also serving as Medical Director of the hospital and In-charge of Surgical D unit, KTH with his Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Zarin are experts in minimal access surgery (laparoscopy) in the province.
"The previous surgeries done outside the UAE did not provide any relief to the patient, as the disease wasn't even diagnosed properly," said Dr Anup Kumar Panigrahi, senior specialist and head of department, Minimal Access Surgery. As a result, he said, the case had gotten further complicated and it was quite a challenge to operate on her.
Naeem Zia said minimal access surgery session will include video based educational presentations.
Tantia, "Antegrade common bile duct (CBD) stenting after laparoscopic CBD exploration," Journal of Minimal Access Surgery, vol.
Nowadays, most surgeries can be performed via laparoscopic or minimal access surgery. Port-site infections, particularly those associated with NTM, have been a source of significant morbidity in the patients operated with a laparoscopic procedure.
Lee, "Minimal access surgery in managing anterior lumbar disorders," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, no.