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a minimally invasive operation to repair a damaged joint

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Arthroscopic surgery therefore appeared to offer no meaningful benefit over the other treatments in terms of pain or function, either within six months or two years.
In most cases, arthroscopic surgery can be done on an outpatient basis allowing patients to recover at home instead of the hospital.
A randomized trial of arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee.
The research found that patients who underwent "placebo" arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee were just as likely to report pain relief as those who received the real procedure.
Arthroscopic surgeons have found the ablation method of soft tissue removal to be advantageous in certain situations when performing arthroscopic surgery on the shoulder and the knee.
Axya is a pioneer developer of products to facilitate minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery.
Mata on track: Lorenzo Mata, who had successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee a few weeks ago, is still targeting the opener against BYU for his return.
OMS103HP is the first drug being developed to improve joint function following arthroscopic surgery, one of the most common procedures performed today by orthopedic surgeons.
UCLA center Lorenzo Mata underwent arthroscopic surgery Thursday to repair cartilage in his right knee and is expected to miss four to five weeks.
Mata is having exploratory arthroscopic surgery on his right knee today and is expected to be out four to six weeks.
ArthroCare will be hosting a symposium and cocktail reception in conjunction with AAOS showcasing innovative uses of Coblation in spine and arthroscopic surgery.
Bryant had arthroscopic surgery for ``minor treatment of cartilage and removal of scar tissue,'' according to a news release.
However, not only famous world-class athletes, but also weekend warriors can benefit from medical advances in arthroscopic surgery to treat injured cartilage.
Not ready: Dodgers third baseman Bill Mueller, who was supposed to miss four to six weeks following arthroscopic surgery on his right knee May 15, continues to rehabilitate near his home in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The speed and effectiveness of pain relief and functional recovery following arthroscopic surgery are directly related to the amount of inflammation in the joint.