Differences Between Open and Laparoscopic Surgery

Differences Between Open and Laparoscopic Surgery

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  • August 27, 2021

The main difference between open surgery (sometimes called traditional surgery) and laparoscopic surgery is the types of incisions used to access the abdomen. Each type of surgery carries different benefits and risks and your surgeon will make a recommendation based on your individual situation. Incisions used in Open vs. Laparoscopic Surgery Laparoscopic surgery is known …

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How Long Does the Pain Last after Gallbladder Removal Surgery?

How Long Does the Pain Last after Gallbladder Removal Surgery?

When undergoing gallbladder removal surgery, the surgeon removes the diseased gallbladder through small laparoscopic incisions. Sometimes they’ll use an open incision on your abdomen. The type of surgery depends on your choice of surgeon, general health, the reason for removal, and medical history. Despite the size of the incision, cholecystectomy or gallbladder removal is major …

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Many people undergo gallbladder removal surgery in their lifetime. It’s a standard procedure that removes your gallbladder when gallstones and infection form in the gallbladder and bile ducts. Due to its common occurrence, it’s good to understand how long you can postpone a cholecystectomy. If your doctor has confirmed gallstones, how long can you put …

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