In knee arthroscopy, the surgeon inserts a small video camera (a “scope”) into the knee through a poke-hole incision. A second poke-hole incision is made to insert various tools. The surgeon can “tour” the knee and make definitive diagnosis of various different injuries and conditions. Using arthroscopy, the surgeon can repair ligaments, clean out or repair cartilage, remove debris, or perform other procedures.
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