Open surgery

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An open surgery means cutting skin and tissues so the surgeon has a direct access to the structures or organs involved. Examples of open surgery include the removal of organs, such as the gallbladder or kidney.

Another type of a surgery is minimally invasive surgery which refers to any surgical technique that does not require a large incision. This allows the child to recuperate faster and with less pain. Not all conditions are treatable with minimally invasive surgery. Some minimally invasive surgical techniques include the following:

Types of open surgery include Open Mind Surgery, Cardiac surgery (Open-Heart Surgery) and so on.