Arthroscopy, also known as
keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive technique employed for joint
examination and potential treatment. By utilizing an endoscope, this procedure
offers insight into joint interiors and the possibility of addressing damage.
Arthroscopy involves several
A small incision is made, and a slender tool
with a lens and light source is inserted to magnify the joint's internal
The light is transmitted via an optical fiber
in the arthroscope placed inside the joint.
A miniature camera is connected to the
arthroscope, enabling the surgeon to view the joint on a video monitor,
eliminating the need for a larger incision.
This technique aids in assessing cartilage,
ligaments, and the area beneath the kneecap.
The surgeon can diagnose injury severity and
type, and if required, administer treatment.
Arthroscopy is recommended
for various conditions:
Inflammation around joints like the shoulder,
knee, or ankles.
Significant muscle tissue injuries in the
· Knee Arthroscopy: Used for diagnosing and
treating knee joint issues. A tiny incision houses an arthroscope, allowing the
surgeon to explore and potentially address knee problems.
Hip Arthroscopy: Employed to diagnose and treat
hip joint disorders. This technique requires minimal incisions, leading to
Faster Recovery: Reduced tissue damage leads to
shorter recovery times.
Minimal Scarring: Smaller incisions result in
Less Pain: Patients often report less
discomfort compared to traditional surgery.
For further insights into
various types of arthroscopy, such as ankle, hip, knee, shoulder, and wrist
arthroscopy, consult a local orthopedic doctor or visit Big Apollo Spectra
Hospital in Patna, Bihar.
To initiate an appointment at
Big Apollo Spectra Hospital in Patna, Bihar, dial 0612-3540100. Embrace this
innovative solution for joint concerns and experience improved well-being.
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