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Knee Arthroscopy, or Minimally Invasive “keyhole” surgery, allows the surgeon to look into the knee joint, make an exact diagnosis, and treat the condition with an operation that requires very small skin cuts.
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Rotator Cuff Repair is needed when rotator cuff tendons are torn as a result of injury, overuse or shoulder impingement. Patients have pain and weakness in lifting their arm. Repair is usually performed by arthroscopic surgery (keyhole technique)
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Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression is performed for subacromial impingement or as part of Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression. The operation is performed through 3 small puncture holes.
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arthroscopic arthrolysis - Stiffness or restricted movements in the knee can occur after injury, after surgery, or due to arthritis or congenital conditions. If the stiffness is because of scarring inside the joint, then the tough scar tissue is removed through arthroscopic surgery.
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Meniscus repair or removal is a special cartilage cushion, present only in the knee, which helps in uniform load distribution in the joint. This can tear during any minor or major twisting injury to the knee.
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Articular cartilage is the smooth slippery layer covering the portion of bones inside the joint. Localised defects of this cartilage can be repaired by arthroscopic techniques like microfracture, mosaic-plasty, osteochondral transfer (OATS), or by two-stage procedure using cartilage cell culture techniques (ACI).