Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

What is Arthroscopic Knee Surgery?

Arthroscopic Knee Surgery


Arthroscopy is a minimal surgical method used in the diagnosis and treatment of joint diseases. It helps your arthroscopy physician to see the inside of the knee joint in detail through 4.5 mm holes, thanks to a small lens and lighting system placed in a pencil-thin instrument called an arthroscope. The instrument that allows us to see inside the joint is called an arthroscope.

Most Common Knee Problems

Meniscus tears,
Ligament tears, especially anterior cruciate ligament,
Articular cartilage damage,
Free bodies (articular mouse)
Inflammation and enlargement of the knee joint membrane (synovitis) is often due to rheumatic conditions.
Arthrosis or calcification

Add Your Comment