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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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Older patients with obvious arthritis usually don't respond long term to arthroscopic surgery, with some exceptions.
He said arthroscopic surgery is minimally invasive technique which leads to rapid recovery, less post operative pain and earlier return to sports and work.
Of the 351 participants, 164 were randomized to and received arthroscopic partial meniscectomy, 109 were randomized to and received a standardized program of physical therapy, and 68 were initially randomized to physical therapy but crossed over to arthroscopic surgery within the first few months because of lack of improvement.
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Lastly, the economic burden of duplicating these results is not projected as arthroscopic surgery costs more than traditional open technique and requires a learning curve, though not very steep.
Joint preservation procedures include arthroscopic surgery, periacetabular osteotomies, and injection treatments.
Belo, who also missed the 2017 SEABA Championship, underwent an arthroscopic surgery to fix a torn meniscus on his left knee, keeping him out of action until last week.
In a worst case scenario, should Sreejesh need an arthroscopic surgery, he will be out of action for a few months.
Recently, researchers in Norway determined that a supervised course of exercise therapy can produce the same outcome as arthroscopic surgery for meniscus tears in the knee.
Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope, an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision.
The researchers carried out a randomised controlled trial for the study to compare exercise therapy with arthroscopic surgery among middle-aged patients with degenerative meniscal tears.
This volume presents 24 diagnostic, therapeutic, and reconstructive techniques in arthroscopic surgery of the foot and ankle.