Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally invasive surgery is a surgical method that aims to treat various urological conditions with minimal disruption to the patient’s body. This technique involves the use of small incisions and specialized instruments, such as laparoscopes or robotic-assisted devices, to access and operate on the urinary tract or reproductive organs. Unlike traditional open surgeries that require larger incisions and longer recovery times, minimally invasive procedures offer several advantages. They often result in less pain, reduced scarring, shorter hospital stays, and quicker overall recovery.