Minimal access surgery implies that a limited incision length or limited number of small incisions in the abdominal wall
are used to gain access to the organs within the abdomen. minimal access surgery (minimally invasive surgery) a surgical
procedure done in a manner that causes little or no trauma or injury to the patient, such as through a cannula using lasers,
endoscopes, or laparoscopes; compared with other procedures,
those in this category involve less bleeding, smaller amounts of anesthesia, less pain, and minimal scarring.
• Less Pain.
• Minimal Scarring.