Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive orthopaedic surgical technique used to diagnose and repair damaged joints. A small incision is made in the skin, through which an arthroscope is advanced into the joint.
The arthroscope is a special device that sends images from the inside of the examined joint to a computer screen. This enables the doctor to carry out a detailed assessment of the damaged tissues and to repair them without major surgery. Because it is associated with a lower risk of infection, does not require long-term therapy and is painless (the patient is given an anaesthetic), arthroscopy has become a common treatment option for joint diseases. Knee arthroscopy is often associated with the need to even out areas of cartilaginous damage, stabilisation of osseocartilaginous fragments, partial removal of the synovial membrane and folds, removal of free-floating fragments, meniscoplasty, or patellar realignment.
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