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arthroscope

[′ärth·rə‚skōp]
(medicine)
An endoscope for examining the interior of a joint.
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(19) in 1988, and the first reported introduction of a modified arthroscope into the intervertebral disc space was reported by Forst and Hausman in 1983.
Unilateral Biportal Endoscopic Spinal Surgery Using a 30 degrees Arthroscope for L5-S1 Foraminal Decompression.
Hospitals can also be restricted by the number of arthroscopes they have, limiting the number of operations that can be carried out.
will launch its nuvisSingle-Use Arthroscope at the 2015 AORN (Association of periOperative Registered Nurses) Surgical Conference and Expo, 7-11 March in Denver, the company said on Tuesday.
* Market size for Arthroscopy market segments - Arthroscopy Implants, Arthroscopy Radio Frequency Wands, Arthroscopy Fluid Management Systems, Arthroscopes, Arthroscopic Shavers, Arthroscopy Radio Frequency Systems and Arthroscopy Visualization Systems.
Arthroscopy or arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure performed on a joint using an arthroscope (an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision) to examine or treat the damaged body part.
* Market size for Arthroscopy market categories - Arthroscopy Implants, Arthroscopy Radio Frequency Wands, Arthroscopy Fluid Management Systems, Arthroscopes, Arthroscopic Shavers, Arthroscopy Radio Frequency Systems and Arthroscopy Visualization Systems.
The scopes are available in all sizes and styles from 1.7-mm arthroscopes to 10-mm laparoscopes.
Kapp Surgical specializes in the repair of most manufacturers' arthroscopes. Those currently being repaired include Concept, Dyonics, Storz, Stryker, Wolf, and Zimmer.
The equipment necessary for wrist arthroscopy include an arthroscope, some type of traction apparatus, inflow and outflow irrigation systems, and instruments for both diagnostic and operative procedures.