In arthroscopy, the orthopaedic surgeon inserts a camera in one incision and a working portal through another. These two tiny incisions give the phrase "keyhole" surgery their name. It is a challenging procedure but very rewarding in terms of improved return to function. The best worked out of these procedures is the knee scope and shoulder scope but increasingly more formidable joints like the hip are being scoped as well.
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