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Arthroscopic revision knee surgery

Arthroscopic revision knee surgery

Arthroscopic revision knee surgery: Arthroscopic revision knee surgery is minimally invasive surgery to replace an artificial knee joint that has been worn down or damaged; a narrow lighted tube with a video camera on the end (arthroscope) and other instruments are inserted into several small keyhole incisions around the knee to visualize the area and help the surgeon perform the surgery.

Arthroscopic revision knee surgery: Other Names

Other names for this medical surgical procedures (Arthroscopic revision knee surgery) include:

  • Minimally invasive revision knee surgery

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