Left Knee Athroscopy

Shaver and scope in knee debriding chondral defect and meniscal tear.


Shaver and scope in knee debriding chondral defect and meniscal tear.

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Tags: amicus,surgery,knee,arthroscopy,chondral,defect,condyle,shaver,arthroscope,tear,torn,meniscus,patella,plateau.
Image thumbnail: Illustration of amicus,surgery,knee,arthroscopy,chondral,defect,condyle,shaver,arthroscope,tear,torn,meniscus,patella,plateau
Topic category and keywords: amicus,surgery,knee,arthroscopy,chondral,defect,condyle,shaver,arthroscope,tear,torn,meniscus,patella,plateau.
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