I would love to know if anyone has had endoscopic surgery?
In endoscopic surgery the surgeon will insert an endoscope through an incision of just eight millimeters. The lens at the tip of the endoscope is similar to the eyes of the surgeon inside the patient’s body, allowing more clarity and accuracy in detecting abnormalities. The surgeon can then remove only the problem area without unnecessarily damaging the surrounding healthy muscle and tissue.
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Yes I have had. Recuperating period is quicker. Less invasive.