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Invasive products

In medicine, invasive is defined as therapeutic or diagnostic methods or interventions in which a medical product is completely or partially inserted into the human body. The corresponding product is either surgically inserted directly through the surface of the body into the interior of the body or is inserted through a natural body opening in the skin. Minimally invasive treatments are when operations are performed with minimal skin and tissue damage. Originally, the term invasive was used primarily for malignant tumor diseases, in which the tumor invasively penetrates the adjacent tissue.

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