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Year : 1988  |  Volume : 22  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 97-102

Arthroscopic Surgery And The Knee Joint Function



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U. C Sharma


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A physiotherapeutic regimen has been devised for use in cases of arthroscopic surgery of knee. This regimen was used in 49 cases of arthroscopy/arthroscopic surgery. While patients with diagnostic arthroscopy/arthroscopic meniscectomies recovered fully within 7 and 12 days respectively. The patients with open partial or total meniscectomies took 3 to 6 weeks to recover knee functions. Thus arthroscopic surgery does not compromise joint function.


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