The Magnetically compatible surgical navigation system is then performed under local anesthesia with the patient awake and in the prone position on special pillows. A small needle is inserted into the disc space after local anesthesia has been administered. A 7mm (1\/4inch) skin incision is made and a spine arthroscope is slipped into the abnormal disc. Under fluoroscopic control, the micro-instruments (mini forceps, mini curettes, and mini cutters-shavers) and the laser probe are used for removal of only the damaged disc material. The laser is used for further removal and shrinkage of the disc for the purpose of disc decompression and tightening up of the annulus. The procedure takes about 30 minutes to an hour per disc, on the average. The amount of disc removed and shrinkage by the laser varies, but includes only the herniated and damaged portion. The supporting structure of the disc is not affected. Upon completion, the probe is removed and a small Band-Aid is applied over the needle incision. Since the patient is awake during the procedure frequently they are interested in watching the monitor as we remove the damage disc material. Disposable biopsy needle ( special for CT, DSA, Ultrasonography) Application: it is clinically used to obtain biopAfter surgery the patient is sent home and advised to use ice packs on the lower back and take mild oral analgesics and rest for few days. Many patients are able to resume work within a few days. The patient are advised prior to the procedure that if the preoperative pain was primarily lower back that in excess of 86% good and excellent results should be expected. If the patient's pain was back and leg pain good and excellent results should approach 92%.Most of the time the patient's return to the office one week later feeling much improved and wanting to know why this procedure was not performed on them earlier and why the procedure works. We believe that this technique is successful because the abnormal portion of the disc that is creating internal pressure against the annulus and nerve root is removed, the fissures in the annulus that allow leakage of disc fluid and material are sealed and tighten up and the constant flow of irrigating saline through the endoscope washes out the irritating damaged metabolites( prostaglandins, histamines,and substance P & X). No deep tissue is cut and generally no bone has to be removed.In the past, Magnetically compatible microwave ablation instrument were limited when you needed a surgical procedure. There was open surgery with a large open incision or laparoscopy which uses smaller incisions but is typically limited to smaller procedures. When non-invasive procedures and medicine are unable to provide relief to a patient's symptoms, surgery is the only available option and remains the most effective treatment for a range of gynecologic conditions. These conditions include, but are not limited to, cervical and uterine cancer, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, uterine prolapse and menorrhagia or excessive bleeding.Traditional open gynecologic surgery, using a large incision for access to the uterus and surrounding anatomy, has for many years been the standard approach to many gynecologic procedures. Yet with open surgery, the patient can have significant pain, trauma, a long recovery process and threat to surrounding organs and nerves. Fortunately, less invasive options are available. While some gynecologic procedures enable surgeons to access the target anatomy using a vaginal approach, complex hysterectomies and other gynecologic procedures are typically more beneficial to the patient when robot-assisted surgery techniques are utilized. For complicated Gynecologic surgery, the da Vinci system may be the most effective and least invasive treatment option. Through tiny, 1-2 cm incisions, surgeons using the da Vinci can operate with greater precision and control, minimizing the pain and risk associated with open surgery incisions while increasing the likelihood of a fast recovery and excellent clinical outcomes.Magnetically compatible ablation needle is good news to a lot of people. The other benefit of minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry is that it is often quick and retains more of the original teeth than the more aggressive procedures. Generally, a dentist's goal is to preserve as much original tooth structure as possible while improving the patient's smile, bite and tooth alignment.Cosmetic dentistry methods that are minimally invasive include laser treatments for gum disease, implants to replace lost teeth, veneers and tooth bleaching. These treatments can usually be done in only a few visits to the dentist, and can provide significant improvements to the appearance of the patient's smile.