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Learn about the diet required to maintain healthy bones, the deformities of the lower limbs, arthritis, rheumatis, osteoporosis, slipped disc and many more…
- What Are The Risks Of Total Hip Replacement?
- What Are The Risks Of Total Knee Replacement?
- What Is Hip Joint?
- What Can Be Expected Of a Total Hip Replacement?
- What Can I Expect From an Artificial Knee?
- What Is An ACL Reconstruction?
- What Is An Arthroscopy?
- What Is Knee Joint?
- When Do We Consider Total Hip Replacements?
- Who Is The Candidate For Knee Replacement Surgery?
What Is An Arthroscopy?
Arthroscopy involves inserting a tube into the knee through a small incision in the skin. The tube is equipped with a miniature camera and allows the surgeon to have a ‘look around’ and evaluate the state of the knee structures. Often, it will be immediately clear on the surgeon’s screen what needs to be done. At that point a second incision may be made to allow for the insertion of a surgical tool to correct the problem.