What does this phrase actually mean? Or are you merely trying to make the surgery sound LESS invasive than it really is? I have been told on numerous ocassions by various urologists, that the removal of the prostate gland is a major surgery, which carries with it significant risks. This has always been a worry for me.
Can you please give us some details as to what your surgery involves? How is the prostate actually removed? Is the prostate tissue vaporised, then sucked out? How many incisions are made? And where? How long does the process take? What is a reasonable time for recuperation?
I am sure other forum members would like answers to these questions too.