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COMPUTER ASSISTED KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery is one of the most significant advancements of the 20th century in orthopedic surgery.

With rapid improvement in technology, computer navigation is being increasingly used in knee replacement surgeries where it helps overcome the drawbacks of conventional TKR surgery.

KEY HOLE SURGERY
(PIN HOLE SURGERY)

Arthroscopy (“key hole surgery”) of the knee is a surgical technique for looking inside the joint with a small telescope. This technique allows a good view of the joint and minor or major operations can be carried out through it.

It is particularly useful in the diagnosis and treatment of cartilage and ligament problems of the knee. The aim of arthroscopic surgery is to assess and correct the mechanical problems within your knee joint.

The surgeon is able to confirm the nature of the injury and may be able to remove or repair the damaged part without causing major disruption to the knee joint.
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