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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Half of the patients received a supervised exercise programme over 12 weeks (two-three sessions each week) and half received arthroscopic surgery followed by simple daily exercises to perform at home.
size or scope of the contract: The contract is for gradual delivery of accessory disposable arthroscopic surgery and other medical materials disposable and reusable.
Among 805 patients (average age 56) with meniscal tears and no or mild knee OA, arthroscopic surgery provided no significant improvement in pain or physical function, compared to non-surgical treatment, the study found.
The pooled treatment effect of arthroscopic surgery did not show a significant or minimally important difference between treatments for long-term functional outcomes.
Nathan Hauritz will have arthroscopic surgery of his shoulder joint in Melbourne.
In this study, adults with moderate-to-severe osteoarthritis of the knee were randomly assigned to treatment with arthroscopic surgery plus physical and medical therapy or physical and medical therapy alone (control group).
Johnson, MD, a pioneer of arthroscopic surgery who has more than 40 US patents related to orthopedic surgery, whose speech is titled, "The Business of Medicine: Medicine First, Then Business.
But when he gets back out there and does some things and it still doesn't feel right, then he could have arthroscopic surgery and miss three and a half weeks.
The company's strategy includes applying its patented Coblation technology to a broad range of soft-tissue surgical markets, including arthroscopic surgery, spinal surgery, cosmetic surgery, ear, nose and throat surgery, neurosurgery, general surgery and various cardiology applications.
Ponte, a graduate student in kinesiology at Kansas State University in Manhattan, indicates that pogo-stick jumping may offer Jane a low-impact alternative path to fitness as well as an effective physical therapy during recovery from her recent arthroscopic surgery.