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Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage of the interior of a joint is performed using an arthroscope, a type of endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision. Arthroscopic procedures can be performed either to evaluate or to treat many orthopaedic conditions including torn floating cartilage, torn surface cartilage, ACL reconstruction, and trimming damaged cartilage.
NYU Langone expands orthopedic program in Suffolk County, adds 23 providers and 4 practices

NYU Langone expands orthopedic program in Suffolk County, adds 23 providers and 4 practices

Primary arthroscopy provides positive long-term outcomes for young adults with borderline hip dysplasia

Primary arthroscopy provides positive long-term outcomes for young adults with borderline hip dysplasia

Magnetic resonance imaging can reliably establish measurements for ACL footprint

Magnetic resonance imaging can reliably establish measurements for ACL footprint

Research could lead to better postoperative care for patients who need shoulder arthroplasty revisions

Research could lead to better postoperative care for patients who need shoulder arthroplasty revisions

Marijuana-dependent patients may face higher infection rates following knee and shoulder arthroscopy

Marijuana-dependent patients may face higher infection rates following knee and shoulder arthroscopy

Orthopedic surgery patients can recover just as well without using opioid-based painkillers

Orthopedic surgery patients can recover just as well without using opioid-based painkillers

Risk factors associated with shoulder surgery are low, but some need further surgery within a year

Risk factors associated with shoulder surgery are low, but some need further surgery within a year

NYU Langone Health continues to broaden access to high-quality care with recent expansions

NYU Langone Health continues to broaden access to high-quality care with recent expansions

Study: More than two-thirds of the patients recover from knee replacement without opioids

Study: More than two-thirds of the patients recover from knee replacement without opioids

AANA-VirtaMed Collaboration Results in Better Surgical Training

AANA-VirtaMed Collaboration Results in Better Surgical Training

Bone marrow–derived fibrin clot may become a treatment for meniscus injuries

Bone marrow–derived fibrin clot may become a treatment for meniscus injuries

Clinic Mandates Surgical Simulation Training After Research Indicates Improved Performance

Clinic Mandates Surgical Simulation Training After Research Indicates Improved Performance

European grant awarded for innovative orthopedic training simulator

European grant awarded for innovative orthopedic training simulator

New book explores minimally invasive techniques and technology for sports medicine

New book explores minimally invasive techniques and technology for sports medicine

VirtaMed appoints Andy Weymann, MD, MBA, to Board of Directors

VirtaMed appoints Andy Weymann, MD, MBA, to Board of Directors

Pandemic leads doctors to rethink unnecessary treatment

Pandemic leads doctors to rethink unnecessary treatment

Novel non-opioid approach to relieve pain after knee surgery

Novel non-opioid approach to relieve pain after knee surgery

Study shows 'equivalent' patient satisfaction scores between telemedicine and office-based postoperative visits

Study shows 'equivalent' patient satisfaction scores between telemedicine and office-based postoperative visits

Medical training confidently moves beyond cadavers

Medical training confidently moves beyond cadavers

Medical training confidently moves beyond cadavers

Medical training confidently moves beyond cadavers