Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery: Review of Pros and Cons
Despite huge advances in minimally invasive surgeries, efforts still continue for finding less invasive methods of surgery. Patients desire less postoperative pain as well as better cosmetic outcomes. This may be achieved by decreasing the number of laparoscopic ports in which all the surgical maneuvers are performed through a single incision. However, surgeons should be also equipped to act well while avoiding adverse events of the new practicing approach. Along with increasing trends in performing of single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) in routine practice, the number of assessing the pros and cons of this new modality is also on the rise. Although it has been claimed that SILS is able to make the dream of invisible laparoscopy true for patients and surgeons, consecutive studies regarding postoperative outcomes questioned the benefits of the new evolved technique. Subsequent meta-analysis also revealed equal outcomes for SILS in comparison to the standard laparoscopy. Our review aimed to outline the pros and cons of SILS.
Academic Journal of Surgery, Volume:1 Issue: 1, 2014
25 to 32  
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