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Arthroscopy Directory

An arthroscopy is a medical procedure that helps diagnose knee or shoulder problems such as arthritis. The procedure is done by numbing the joint and using an arthroscope to examine the joint problem. Your doctor will give you instructions for before and after care. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how an arthroscopy is done and why.

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