Knee Surgery: Arthroscopy

The advent of arthroscopy allowed physicians to use a lens attached to a camera and then project it onto a big screen. They don't need to make large incisions to see in the knee, describes Dr. Keith Hechtman, Orthopedic Surgeon with Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute. With a video, Dr. Hechtman explains how he does this procedure. The specialist says arthroscopy is a very common surgery.

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