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Definition of "laparoscopic" [laparoscopic]

  • Of, relating to, or using laparoscopy or a laparoscope (adjective)

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Use "laparoscopic" in a sentence
  • "| Reply yes its true: p well id think so … ive assisted in laparoscopic surgery b4 and it requires dexterity, concentration, and heaps of practice … … and feels like a videogame given ur performing most of the op using a television screen in the OT."
  • "Advances in laparoscopic and microscopic procedures mean that many body parts that were once removed whole are now taken out in small pieces."
  • "More than 5,000 people, from schoolchildren to surgeons, have done training exercises on a system Rosser calls "Top Gun," designed to train laparoscopic surgeons, doctors who use minimally-invasive techniques to repair injuries."
  • "More than 5,000 people, from schoolchildren to surgeons, have done training exercises on a system Rosser calls "Top Gun," designed to train laparoscopic surgeons, doctors who use minimally-invasive techniques to repair injuries."
  • "We took the balloon out, waited a month or two and then I operated on him, doing what is called a laparoscopic Roux-en Y gastric bypass."
  • "Then, about a year ago, his parents went to a seminar about a new procedure called laparoscopic gastric banding."