Single port transumbilical laparoscopic surgery (LESS, SILS, ENOTES) is a technique which has recently emerged with a view to improving the cosmesis following minimal access surgery, aiming to achieve ‘scarless’ surgery. This rapidly progressing technique is facilitated by developments in port and instrument technology, allowing surgeons to perform a wider range of surgical procedures with increasing ease. This paper aims to summarise the equipment available at present for single port surgery.
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