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What knee problems are diagnosed and treated with arthroscopic surgery?

Knee problems diagnosed and treated with arthroscopic surgery include:
  • Torn ligaments
  • Damaged or torn cartilage
  • Loose fragments of bone or cartilage
  • A damaged meniscus
  • Scar tissue or joint infections
  • Inflamed synovial membrane
  • Unexplained knee pain that doesn't respond to other treatments

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