Needlescopic Surgery is a surgery in which the incisions are even less than 3 millimeters in size. There are almost no scars and marks as the cuts are sealed with tape in the surgery due to the small incisions. This surgery is a substitute to laparoscopic surgery. Moreover, the pain, which is just about very less, can be assuaged with the aid of anodynes.
In this surgery, incisions are done with a needle like tool, however, larger incisions were made laparoscopically, formerly, in gallbladder removal, appendectomy, diagnostic laparoscopy, Nissen fundoplication and Heller myotomy. Being the final version of minimally invasive surgery, it is a little tough to perform.