Laparoscopic appendectomy

What is it?

Also known as appendix surgery, it is a procedure in which general anesthesia lasts approximately 30 min and consists of removing the diseased appendix (many Times perforated). The surgery is performed by means of small incisions in the skin (3) of a half centimeter to 1 centimeter the largest, through which a high resolution camera and instruments are introduced. With that vision and the instruments delicately separate the tissues and extract the diseased appendix by placing it in a special bag.

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