arthroscopy

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arthroscopy

[är′thrä·skə·pē]
(medicine)
Visual examination of the interior of a joint by means of an arthroscope.
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Methods: The study comprised 48 ASA I-II patients undergoing knee arthroscopy with spinal anesthesia using a tourniquet.
Allen's orthopaedic offerings include the LiftAssist[R] Beach Chair and lateral decubitus positioners for shoulder surgery, arm and hand tables, leg holders for knee arthroscopy and more.
However, for an unstable meniscus tear with mechanical symptoms and pain at the joint line, knee arthroscopy remains a very safe and reliable treatment.
A comparison of intraarticular morphine and bupiva- caine for pain control after outpatient knee arthroscopy.
More than one million knee arthroscopy procedures are performed each year in the U.
Subcutaneous pigmented villonodular synovitis caused by portal contamination during knee arthroscopy and open synovectomy.
Clark R, Olsen RE, Larson BJ, Goble EM, Farrer RP 1998 Crosspin femoral xation: A new technique for hamstring anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction of the knee Arthroscopy 14 258-67
The first two projects include the construction of GI tract Endoscopy unit and furnishing knee arthroscopy unit at Ibra Hospital.
Subjects covered will be hip and knee replacement, hip and knee arthroscopy, sports injuries, upper limb problems and foot and ankle conditions.
The specialist knee surgeon said: "Thirty years ago, we set up sports and exercise medicine and knee arthroscopy - we've been at the forefront of driving keyhole surgery.
Based at Llandough Hospital and Cardiff Metropolitan University, Prof Fairclough said: "Thirty years ago, we set up sports and exercise medicine and knee arthroscopy.