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October 01, 2020  
Related Multimedia: Shoulder Injury Forces Watters To Break Streak
October 10, 2006
Interview with Dr. Andrews
October 10, 2006
The Advent of the Arthroscope 1 - Interview with Dr. Andrews
October 10, 2006
Interview with Dr. Andrews
October 10, 2006
The Advent of the Arthroscope 1 - Interview with Dr. Andrews
Knee Surgery - The Necessity; After the Procedure October 17, 2006
Knee Surgery - The Necessity; After the Procedure
October 17, 2006
The Advent of the Arthroscope
October 16, 2006
Interview with James Spies, M.D. about Treatments for Fibroids
October 17, 2006
The Concurrence of Pacemakers and MRI Scans - Interview with Dr. Coman
October 17, 2006
Taos Orthopaedic Institute - Interview with Dr. Lubowitz
October 23, 2006
Interview with Dr. Patel: What Should a Patient do to Prepare for Arthroscopic Surgery 5
October 23, 2006
Interview with Dr. Patel: The Reasons for Back Pain and Diagnostic Methods
September 26, 2007
Shoulder Arthroscopy Video:
Arthroscopy has become a valuable tool in diagnosing and treating problems of the shoulder. “Arthro” means joint and “scope”, to see or visualize. It literally means to see inside the joint. The indications (reasons for performing an arthroscope) are varied. They include cartilage, tendon, and ligamentous damage.
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