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Knee Arthroscopy (condensed) - Medical Animation

 

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Knee Arthroscopy (condensed) - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation begins with an orientation of the knee joint, the medial and lateral meniscus, and the free-floating cartilage in the joint space. Prior to surgery, the joint is prepared by filling it with fluid. Afterwards and arthroscope and a surgical tool are inserted to visualize and repair the torn meniscal cartilage, respectively.

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