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Published on Jan 28, 2013

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Arthroscopic surgery Is also known as "KeyHole Surgery"
Frequently used for Knee Surgery
e.g. cruciate ligament surgery and Shoulder Surgery

What is Arthroscopy?
Arthroscopy is a "keyhole" operation that is used to look inside and treat joints, especially the knee joint.
It is performed through very small cuts in the skin, using a narrow, tube-like telescope called an arthroscope.
Benefits of Arthroscopy
• Faster Recovery Time
• Smaller incisions
• Faster healing
• Less scarring
The operation is usually done as a day case under general anaesthesia.
Arthroscopy is regularly performed and is generally safe

Why use Key Hole Surgery?
Arthroscopy is useful for:
• investigating what is causing symptoms
• to take small samples of tissue
• to deliver treatment for conditions such as arthritis and inflammation
• to repair damage to tissues and cartilage.

Knee Arthroscopy - arthroscopic knee surgery
• Surgery is performed under
• General Anaesthetic ( Note : 6 hours fasting beforehand)
• or Local / Regional Anaesthetic
Blocks the pain from the knee area and you will stay awake during the operation

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is much less traumatic to the muscles, ligaments and tissues than the traditional method of surgically opening the shoulder with long incisions .
Recovery is faster.
Suitable treatment for such shoulder problems as:
Treatment of frozen shoulder
Subacromial decompression
Arthritis of the end of the clavicle
Evaluation and treatment of instability
A torn or damaged cartilage ring (labrum) or biceps tendon
A torn rotator cuff
Stiffness of the shoulder
Debridement / drainage of shoulder joint infection


Side Effects: After can feel sick as a result of the general anaesthetic
• an unexpected reaction to the anaesthetic
• a wound infection
• excessive bleeding
• developing a blood clot, usually in a vein in the leg (DVT).
Ask your surgeon for exact statistics to allow you to make a risk appraisal.

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• Physical Examination
• MRI Scan
• X-Ray
• A combination of these
• Traditional surgery
Be sure to discuss these with your Doctor & Consultant

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