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Arthroscopy is a revolutionary surgical procedure that allows surgeons to operate through a small incision in the skin.
This minimally invasive technique can be performed on an outpatient basis, which leads to quicker recovery times at less expense. The surgeon inserts a thin instrument that has a small camera on the end. The camera uses a light and magnifier to allow the surgeon to “look with in the joint.” Arthroscopy was first used as a diagnostic tool, but surgeons are now able to repair damaged cartilage or ligaments at the same time without more extensive “open” surgery.
The Hospital of Orthopedics is a privately owned hospital for elective orthopedic surgery founded by leading specialists in Estonia. The hospital provides full range of orthopedic services including Major Joint Replacement (Ankle, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist), Spinal Surgery Reconstructive Surgery and treatment of Sports Injuries.
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