Minimally-invasive



adjective
1.
(of medical treatments or procedures) requiring only a small incision or the insertion of an instrument into a body cavity; involving minimal damage of body tissue:
minimally invasive endoscopy.
adjective
1.
(of surgery) involving as little incision into the body as possible, through the use of techniques such as keyhole surgery and laser treatment

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