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A doctor can use a tiny camera and other instruments during an Arthroscopy Procedure to diagnose and treat various types of injuries. Oftentimes, the procedure is necessary to treat inflamed or damaged soft tissues inside a joint. Soft tissue injuries include torn meniscus, patellar tendonitis, and anterior cruciate ligament tears. However, sometimes bones can break inside the knee, which can lead to cartilage loss. Following the procedure, patients should be alert to any pain or discomfort. While arthroscopy is considered a relatively safe procedure, there is still the possibility of nerve or artery damage, which can result in weakness or tingling of the leg. A general anesthetic is used for this procedure, and the patient should discuss these risks with their physician. Usually, patients will experience only minimal discomfort after the procedure. Following the procedure, a patient will also need to follow specific postoperative instructions. 


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