"Arthroscopy" comes from two Greek words: 'arthro,' meaning "joint," and 'scope,' meaning "look." Arthroscopy is an orthopaedic procedure that is used in the diagnosis and treatment of various joint conditions through a visual channel. Today in India we see many patients opting for this line of minimal invasive surgery to treat multiple condition.
Common arthroscopic procedures include repairing cartilage and meniscus problems in the knee, and repairing rotator cuff tears in the shoulder.
Joints that care treated for are:
During the process of arthroscopy, a camera attached to a fiberoptic light is inserted into the joint through a small incision (about one centimetre) and a picture of the inside of the joint is seen on a television monitor. Using fluid pumped through the joint visibility is ensured and debris is cleared from the joint for the procedure to be carried out.
Arthroscopy can be done for the following procedures
Some areas where arthroscopy does not work in say knee surgery with arthritis
Some Complications during Arthroscopy Procedure:
Infection, blood clots, nerve injuries, and problems with anaesthesia.
The major advantage of the arthroscopy procedure is during recovery….
Wockhardt Hospitals, a chain of tertiary care super-specialty hospitals, has more than 25 years of experience in the creation and management of Super Specialty Hospitals in India.
We are a premiere hospital in the country specializing in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. We provide comprehensive orthopaedic care to our patients. The bone and joint program at Wockhardt Hospitals makes it a centre for excellence in orthopaedics with highly skilled clinical expertise. For further information or any orthopaedic related query visit our experts at Wockhardt Hospital.
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