Minimally invasive surgery for pancreatic cancer
Laparoscopic surgery involves the use of sophisticated instruments and techniques to perform both simple and complex operations within the abdomen. For most patients, laparoscopic surgery utilizes “band-aid” incisions which may result in less pain and a more rapid recovery after surgery. Our surgeons have expertise in performing complex abdominal operations using laparoscopic approaches.
What is minimally invasive surgery?
Minimally invasive surgery is a form of surgery that is less invasive than open surgery, by which a patient typically requires only a "band-aid" incision. The potential benefits are limited scarring and less recovery time.