Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer
When compared to traditional open surgery, the recovery from a laparoscopic colectomy can be shorter and less uncomfortable.
Advantages to laparoscopic surgery versus open procedures include:
Speedier return to normal activities
Many colorectal cancer patients are good candidates for laparoscopic colectomy surgery.
The best option for you depends on several factors, including:
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