What is an operation under arthroscopy?

Author of the answer : Dr Régis GuinandCatégorie : Générale

An arthroscopy is a way to explore a joint without opening the skin (surgery through the skin.) It can also be called joint laparoscopy This is a minimally invasive surgery whose purpose is to reduce the morbidity of the surgical procedure itself.

Regarding the shoulder more and more acts are possible under arthroscopy, the approach of the shoulder is radically different because one explores the shoulder effortlessly compared to open surgery.
The latest innovations concern the release of the suprascapular nerve under endoscopy, the acromioclavicular stabilization under endoscopy and recently the abutment under arthroscopy.