Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive diagnostic and treatment procedure used for conditions of a joint. Originally, arthroscopy was a diagnostic tool only, used primarily for planning a standard open surgery. However, because of the development of new instruments and advanced surgical techniques, many conditions can also be treated with arthroscopic surgery.
The following are the conditions most frequently discovered during an arthroscopic procedure:
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Arthroscopy of the Knee
Femur Fracture Repair
I-Total Knee Replacement
I-Uni Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee ACL Reconstruction
MAKOplasty Knee Resurfacing
O.A.T.S. Procedure for Knee Cartilage
Torn Meniscus Repair
Total Knee Replacement Surgery