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Minor Surgery

by Etienne Moore last modified 2007-06-14 15:15

Minor surgery encompasses small operations that often require only local anaesthetic.  Minor surgery operations are usually performed as a daycase procedure.  Most minor surgery is carried out on the skin for lumps or bumps and skin abnormalities.  Modern sutures now offer the advantage of being dissolvable and minimising skin scarring reactions.

Other forms of minor surgery include banding treatments for haemorrhoids that are commonly carried out in the out-patient clinic.

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