Wrist arthroscopy

Wrist ArthroscopyWrist Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that allows the surgeon look at anatomic parts of a wrist and their movements by making small incisions through the skin in specific locations around a joint. A minute instrument called arthroscope is placed through these incisions. Arthorcope has small lens, a miniature camera and a lighting system thus three-dimensional images of the joint are presented on the monitor.

Generally patients recover more rapidly after arthroscopy rather than after regular surgery, most patients are free to return home several hours after surgery.

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