rheumatology
Osteoarthritis

Arthroscopy for degenerative knees doesn’t stand up

The findings of a recent study on the use of arthroscopy in knee osteoarthritis removes one of the obstacles to gaining a real reduction in procedure rates, an orthopaedic surgeon says.  The research by the Finnish FIDELITY group found that the partial removal of a degenerative torn meniscus does not reduce or alleviate mechanical symptoms ...

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