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Shoulder arthroscopy (keyhole investigation of the shoulder)

Shoulder arthroscopy (keyhole investigation of the shoulder)

A shoulder arthroscopy is a diagnostic procedure performed by orthopaedic surgeons used to diagnose shoulder joint pain. It is a type of keyhole surgery in which small cuts are required to pass an arthroscope into the shoulder joint. Bony and soft tissue structures are viewed with the help of the arthroscope and images obtained are displayed on the monitor. It can be used to treat frozen shoulder - an MRI scan or X-ray can be used to diagnose this. Possible complications are infection, nerve injury, bleeding and stiffness of the shoulder.

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