a surgery which involves using an endoscope (a small camera) and special surgical tools which can lead to a less invasive and lesser scarring surgery.
Surgery performed with an endoscope through orifices of the body or through very small incisions
Endoscopic Surgery is a tool that visualizes the end of a closed space. When using endoscopic surgery in conjunction with the foot, it is most often a procedure dealing with the plantar fascia. Endo means the end of, and Scopic to look at.
Operations which are performed through very small skin incisions using equipment such as a fiber optic light source and video camera to visualize the surgery on a video monitor. The surgery is performed though the tiny incisions using specialized instruments. In plastic surgery such operations may include, forehead lift, face lift, mid-face lift, breast augmentation and hand surgery.
A procedure in which fiber-optic tools are passed through a very small incision to divide the transverse carpal ligament; also called keyhole surgery
minimal-incision surgery can be performed using tiny cameras and long instruments; typically results in a quicker recovery than surgeries performed with larger incisions