Question:

Is any scar visible after a keyhole surgery?

Answer:

Keyhole surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery, is done through very small incisions a half-inch in length or shorter. Small surgical instruments, usually including a camera, are inserted through the incisions to perform the procedure. Keyhole surgery can result in small scars, but they are much smaller than scars from regular surgery. Often the surgeon will try to place the incision somewhere it isn't really noticeable, such as the navel.

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