Knee lesions arthroscopy

What is Meniscus ?

Meniscus is the cartilage that cushions the space between the bones in the knee. It transmits weight from thigh bone to leg bone and gives stability to the knee. Torn meniscus causes knee pain, recurrent effusion, catching, locking, instability More...

What is Ligament ?

Knee ligaments are bands of fibrous tissue that bind the thigh & leg bones and keep them together. Ligaments maintain the anteroposterior & rotatory stability of the  knee. There are four ligaments in the knee. Among them,  ant More...

What is Synovium ?

The lining of the joint cavity is called synovium. Arthroscopic synovectomy and decompression can be done for swollen (inflamed) or damaged synovium of the joint. More...

Malposition of Patella

Knee  cap (patella) that is out of position is malaligned. It may be partially or completely displaced. Arthroscopic retinacular release and reconstruction of patellofemoral ligament align the knee cap. More...

Osteochondral fragment and loose bodies

When small pieces of broken cartilage & bone or loose bodies are in the knee joint,arthroscopic removal and refixation and/or micropuncture improve the problem. More...

Patellar fat pad and anterior plica syndrome

 Patellar fat pad and anterior plica syndrome cause anterior knee pain. Arthroscopic resection and transection relieve knee pain. More...

Osteoarthritis

Arthroscopic removal of extra bones(osteophytes), synovectomy and micropuncture arrest the progression of disease. More...

Stiff Knee

Both extra and intraarticular arthrofibrolysis by arthroscope loosens the stiff knee.   More...

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