Gastrointestinal and Minimally Invasive Surgery

A bone or anatomically related components like cartilage, ligaments, or tendons are the focus of an orthopaedic surgical intervention. As these tissues are often located far inside the human body, extensive surgical exposure is required to gain access to the intervention's objectives.

There are three key reasons for the demand for less invasiveness:

  • Implants, such as screws, nails, or endoprotheses, are used in numerous orthopaedic developments
  • The surgeon must be able to see the operation field
  • Surgical devices must have an effect on the bone

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