Arthroscopy of your Wrist

Arthroscopy of your Wrist

From £2,399.00

An arthroscopy (keyhole surgery) involves examining the inside of your wrist joint using a telescope inserted through small cuts on your skin. Your surgeon should be able to treat some problems using special surgical instruments.

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Various anaesthetic techniques are possible. The operation usually takes about 20 minutes.

Your surgeon will usually make about two to four small cuts around the joint. They will insert a small telescope through one of the cuts so they can examine the joint. They will insert surgical instruments through the other cuts if they need to treat any problems with the joint.

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