arthroscopy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a minimally invasive operation to repair a damaged joint; the surgeon examines the joint with an arthroscope while making repairs through a small incision
- Despite its popularity, arthroscopy, some doctors complain, is being overused, especially in diagnosis.
- I do a lot of shoulder arthroscopy now.
- Both athletes chose arthroscopy, partly because it offered at least an outside chance of competing in Los Angeles.
- Steve Rhodes in WalesOnline
Former England wicket-keeper Rhodes said: "It is a wear-and-tear injury and is a result of a career as an impact fast bowler. It (the arthroscopy) is just a service really and I am confident he will be fine in the long term." "Simon is a bit...
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Independent
Paul fell on his knee in the last game,Ferguson said. "We've sent him home for arthroscopy to see what kind of damage there is. We don't think it's serious but it could keep him out for three weeks or a month."
- Dominik Hrbaty in CNN International
After I resumed training, I began to feel the pain again. Following consultation, I've opted for an arthroscopy,said Hrbaty, the winner of six ATP tournaments during his career.