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Arthroscopy is a procedure that helps in diagnosing and treating joint-related problems. In this, the surgeon or a specialist inserts a narrows thin tube that has a camera attached to its one end. After making a small incision the doctor inserts the tube in order to see a high-definition video on a monitor and visualize the live condition of the injury, bones, tissues, and nerves.
Arthroscopy is minimally invasive that means no large cuts are required and the procedure can be done without making a large incision. This helps in faster recovery, less scarring, and painless treatment.

Need for arthroscopy
People required actress copy in cases where they have a variety of joint conditions or have suffered a major trauma or accident the doctor uses arthroscopy to visualize

  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Hips
  • Wrist
  • Ankles
  • Elbow

Conditions required:
Conditions that require arthroscopy are

  • Scarring of joints
  • Torn ligaments
  • Inflamed joints
  • Damaged or torn cartilage
  • Loose bone fragments

Risk Factors:
Usually, all the surgeries and medical procedures come with some other risks. Some of the risks might include

  • Nerve damage
  • Tissue damage
  •  Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Blood clots
  • Damage to surrounding cells or tissues


  • Before the surgery the patient is given anesthesia based on the requirement of the patient.
  • After the anesthesia the site of infection is cleaned thoroughly.
  • The doctor then makes a small incision also called as portals to the affected area and inserts the arthroscope to get a clear view from inside.
  • With the help of specialize instruments tasks such as shaving cutting grasping and meniscal repairs is performed.
  • After the surgery the wound is closed properly and disinfected in order to avoid any infection and it is covered with soft bandage avoid any friction.