Laparoscopic

Laparoscopic: 1. Pertaining to the procedure of laparoscopy. 2. Pertaining to a laparoscope, the instrument by which laparoscopy is done. 3. Performed by laparoscopy. 4. Performed with a laparoscope. Laparoscopic comes from two Greek words. The first is lapara, which means "the soft parts of the body between the rib margins and hips," or,...
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laparoscopic

Performed using a laparoscope, a thin fibre-optic scope introduced into a body cavity for diagnostic and surgical purposes. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Laparoscopic

Abbreviated `Lap.” Operation performed using a laparoscope, a thin fiber-optic scope introduced into a body cavity through 4 or 5 small stab wounds.
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Laparoscopic

(adj.), describes a minimally invasive surgical method in which specially trained surgeons use slender instruments and advanced camera systems to perform delicate surgeries inside the abdominal cavity.
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Laparoscopic

Abbreviated
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Laparoscopic

Abbreviated Lap. Operation performed using a laparoscope, a thin fiber-optic scope introduced into a body cavity through 4 or 5 small stab wounds.
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