arthroscopy

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a minimally invasive operation to repair a damaged joint

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Arthroscopic surgery did not result in significant improvement in short- or long-term pain scores, or in functional outcomes such as walking, climbing stairs, or performing daily activities.
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.
His practice focuses on operative and non-operative problems of the shoulder and knee including arthroscopic surgery.
Mumbai, Feb 19 (ANI): Members of the film fraternity met Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, who is recovering at his home following arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder.
Strong safety Chris Horton, who led the team with 95 tackles, is slated to undergo arthroscopic surgery Thursday to repair his left shoulder.
After lots of physical therapy and cross-training, I had arthroscopic surgery 12 weeks ago.
ReGen has conducted the largest clinical trial ever on the meniscus, the CMI(TM) Multicenter Clinical Trial, and has the largest longitudinal database involving the meniscus and the effects of arthroscopic surgery on the meniscus.
BASKETBALL: Portland Trail Blazers forward Darius Miles will have arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and is out indefinitely, the team said.
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.