Friday, January 23, 2009

Knee Arthroscopy

It seems pretty intuitive, but patients who undergo knee arthroscopy are quick to recover and return to their normal activities. The Journal of Arthroscopy published the first study that measures patient recovery time last year. This was done because the study's authors note that "return to activity has been poorly quantitated."

A brief synopsis on the AAOS website highlights the results and leads to a layman's explanation of the knee joint, including common problems that may warrant arthroscopy.

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