As appendixes go, the smaller the cut, the better your chances

12/22/2003 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

A large Duke University study says patients who had minimally invasive surgery to remove their appendixes suffered fewer problems and left the hospital faster than those who had traditional procedures. Laparoscopic appendectomies involve smaller incisions and the use of a small camera as part of the surgery.

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