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a type of endoscope that is inserted into a joint for visual examination

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6-10] Although experienced surgeon can determine the presence of meniscal and ligament injuries through physical examination, MRI is recommended to avoid unrequired arthroscopies which results from false positive physical tests, especially in presence of multiple injuries.
The higher negative predictive value and higher specificity endorse the use of MRI as a screening tool, hence facilitating in evading needless arthroscopies.
The theory of labrum tear due to psoas impingement as a distinct entity was originally suggested by surgeons during revision arthroscopies.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is useful as it has been shown to be reliable for the exclusion of intraarticular lesions, thus reducing the number of unnecessary arthroscopies (Friemert et al 2004).
The BASS Fluid Control System is used for arthroscopies and other "wet" procedures to keep the Operating Room floor dry.
Recently, it has been discovered that the Danish physician Severin Nordentoft reported on arthroscopies of the knee joint as early as 1912 at the Proceedings of the 41st Congress of the German Society of Surgeons at Berlin.
Hestroni and associates (2) reviewed 418,323 arthroscopies by reviewing the New York Department of Health records and found a 90 day pulmonary embolism rate of 0.
The BASS Fluid Control System is used for arthroscopies and other wet procedures to keep the Operating Room floor dry.
Record of all the arthroscopic findings was documented and arthroscopies done by one senior surgeon were included.
Given the increasing numbers of hip arthroscopies performed every year and a growing interest in surgical management of hip disorders, such as labral tears and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), it is becoming increasingly important to identify and prevent potential sources of morbidity, such as DVT or VTE.