Patellar Clunk Syndrome – Causes, Prevention, Treatment

Patellar Clunk Syndrome (PCS) is a postoperative complication primarily associated with total knee arthroplasty (TKA), also known as knee replacement surgery. This condition can cause discomfort and functional limitations, and understanding its causes, prevention strategies, and treatment options is crucial…

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Why Do Doctors Recommend Arthroscopic Knee Surgery?

What Is Arthroscopy? Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique used to study the joints in the body and the surrounding tissues, from within. The technique allows doctors to diagnose and treat disorders of various joints in the body, by examining…

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How Is ACL Tear Surgery Performed?

What is ACL Tear Surgery? Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear surgery involves replacing or repairingthe damaged ACL in order to restore normal knee joint anatomy and functions. A tendon taken from another joint of the patient’s own body is used…

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Arthroscopic Repair of Supraspinatus Tear

History: 80-yr-old lady with severe pain in her left shoulder and inability to raise arm above her head along with extreme pain in the night. Case: The pictures show a full tear of the Supraspinatus which is retracted and the…

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