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Knee Arthroscopy Print

Knee Arthroscopy is the most common arthroscopic procedure performed in the joints.

Knee Arthroscopy is performed through 2-4 portals. First, the knee joint is filled with water. An endoscopic camera is introduced via one portal and surgical instruments through the other portals.

Knee arthroscopy is used to treat following knee problems:

Meniscal Tears and cysts

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Chondral Lesions

Medial Knee Plica Disease

Anterior Knee Pain

Synovitis

Intra-articular joint fractures.

Gonarthrosis.

Knee Arthroscopy is performed with either general or epidural anesthesia.

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