Keyhole surgery for arthritic knees shows no benefit

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Key hole surgery of the knee has long been a popular choice for knee surgeons and patients alike as a staging post for those suffering with arthritic knee pains (pain with clicking, grinding, and cracking noises) but were either too young or not yet bad enough to consider a half or full knee replacement.

It has been long thought that cleaning out of any floating debris (Debridement) and trimming up of any frayed edges to the degenerating cartilages (Meniscectomy) in the ...

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