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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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In his presentation Dr Saeed spoke about the importance and relevance of arthroscopic surgeries in many conditions like osteoarthritis, ligament tear, sports injuries, etc.
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(65) studied shoulders following arthroscopic Bankart repair at an average follow-up of 13 years and found that more severe shoulder arthrosis was associated with an increased number of dislocations, an association that has been demonstrated in an additional study as well.
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.
"Major (potentially 'hidden') clinical comorbidities increased substantially after elective arthroscopic hip surgery when compared with preoperative status," the authors write.
In the article by Rahimzadeh et al., entitled "Re: Comments on 'Relieving Pain after Arthroscopic Knee Surgery: Ultrasound-Guided Femoral Nerve Block or Adductor Canal Block?'" (Turk J Anaesthesiol Reanim 2018; 46: 249.
Cordasco from the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City led the research, in which patients between the ages of 14 and 20 who were treated with arthroscopic anterior stabilisation performed in the beach chair position by a single surgeon were presented.
Medical technologies company Lipogems reported on Thursday the receipt of clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Lipogems Microfragmented Adipose Tissue Transplant System for use in orthopaedic and arthroscopic procedures.
Patients and Methods: After fulfilling the inclusion criteria 52 patients who underwent arthroscopic assisted ACL reconstruction were enrolled into the study.
This is generally now an arthroscopic procedure, frequently undertaken.
We report on the use of arthroscopic osteosynthesis for the fracture.
We reported a case of PVNS following TKA; initially, arthroscopic synovectomy was performed; however, recurrence of PVNS happened.