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Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive or endoscopic surgery, now allows performing an operation through a few 1-2 cm incisions, using tiny and precise instruments. Special cameras enable a surgeon to inspect the interior of the body, providing several times magnification and 2-D visual orientation. In most cases, laparoscopic procedures are preferable to traditional open surgery, which require large incisions and have post operative complications such as: risk of infection, long hospital stays and slow recovery, and perquisite blood transfusions. Laparoscopic technology minimize possible side effects, making post operative surgery and recovery less traumatic for patients.