Minimal Invasive Conventional Surgery for GI Cancer: Review of 8 cases Dr.Qalander H.Abdulkareem Kasanzani, Consultant Surgeon. Dr. Taher Abdulla Hawrami ,CABS, Consultant Surgeon, Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Sulaimany, College of Medicine, Head of department of Surgery. Dr. Muhamed Shekhani,M.B.Ch.B- C.A.B.M, Consultant physician, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Sulaimany, College of Medicine, Department of Medicine. From Kurdistan Ceneter for GIT & Hepatology, Sulaimani Teaching Hospital.
Minimal invasive Surgery defined as that method of a surgical procedure which cause the least possible physical & mental trauma to the patient & achieving at least the same or better goal than conventional surgery.
Using the conventional method without advanced recent technology we can still do minimal trauma to the patient both physically & mentally.
Seven cases of GIT cancer has been presented as case review operated on by conventional method of minimal invasive surgery using no any new technology in the operative procedures.
We can in many cases use our skill rather than technology to achieve the goal of minimal invasive surgery without using expensive technology & avoiding the limitations described in the practice of minimal invasive surgery above .