Arthroscopy is a technique in sports surgery that is becoming increasingly popular. It involves the insertion of a camera, or arthroscope, into a joint through small skin incisions termed arthroscopic portals. The image within the joint is then projected onto a video screen and can be used for both diagnostic and treatment purposes. Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive alternative to many open surgeries, with advantages including less pain, smaller incisions, and faster rehabilitation. Arthroscopy can be performed on many joints, but it is ...

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