rheumatology
Osteoarthritis

Lack of evidence for arthroscopy not obvious to consumers

The evidence might have changed years ago regarding knee arthroscopy for osteoarthritis but the content and quality of information available to consumers has yet to catch up. In an analysis of 93 documents – including leaflets from orthopaedic surgeons or downloadable/print friendly information sheets from websites – only eight made a clear recommendation against arthroscopy ...

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