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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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Intra-articular fractures of the distal aspect of the radius: arthroscopically assisted reduction compared with open reduction and internal fixation.
Cyclops syndrome is treated arthroscopically, because methods of physical medicine and rehabilitation do not provide satisfactory results [7, 23, 31, 32].
Comparison of standard hip MR arthrographic imaging planes and sequences for detection of arthroscopically proven labral tear.
This is usually done openly or arthroscopically but in one case they were small enough to be aspirated through a 14-gauge needle.
However, only a few of these cases have been performed exclusively arthroscopically as our case.8-10 We preferred standard portals, but depending on the localization of the foreign body the direction of the second portal can be adjusted, or different portals can be established.
Reliability, validity, and responsiveness in patients with arthroscopically assessed osteoarthritis.
Arthroscopically, all patients were found to have Outerbridge grade 3 or 4 arthritis in at least one compartment, however on radiographs these patients had KL scores of 2 or less.
Anterior and posterior impingement can be treated arthroscopically or by open debridement with good results (1), but the arthroscopic technique is related to minor complications.
Furthermore, there is no donor site morbidity [10], and it can be also performed minimal-invasive, percutaneous, or arthroscopically [4, 10].
Furthermore, arthroscopically assisted reduction and internal fixation is recommended not only for avoiding misdiagnosis and improving reduction quality, but also for repairing concurrent injuries of the meniscus, cartilage, and ligaments.
ACL reconstruction is almost always done arthroscopically or with a combination of open surgery and arthroscopy.