Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that orthopedic surgeons use to diagnose and
treat problems inside a joint. The diagnosis is done by using a small, tube-like viewing instrument
known as an arthroscope. Arthroscopy is typically suggested if you have inflammation in a joint or
damage to a joint. It can be done in any joint, such as the elbow, knee, shoulder, ankle, hip or wrist.
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Arthroscopic examination of joints can be helpful in diagnosing and treating the following conditions:
Aggravation, like synovitis (the irritation of the covering of the knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist,
or lower leg)
Intense or constant injury, for example, ligament tears or ligament tears in the shoulder,
knee or wrist joint
Osteoarthritis (a sort of joint inflammation brought about via ligament misfortune in a joint)
Clearing of free combinations of bone or tendon that become halted inside the joint
Depending on what is being treated, arthroscopic surgery will either be done with general, spinal, or
local anesthesia. A small buttonhole-sized incision is made for the arthroscope to be inserted
through. If other procedures need to be done, then more incisions will be made for other
instruments. After everything is completed, the arthroscope is removed and the incisions are closed.