Arthroscopy is a way to identify problems and do surgery inside a joint without making a large cut (incision). We have prepared a list of answers to questions you might have when considering a knee arthroscopy.
During this procedure, a camera is inserted into the knee through two or three small puncture wounds. It allows the surgeon to look at the joint surfaces, cartilage and the main ligaments of the knee.
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