A surgical method in which a tube-like tool is placed into a joint to check, diagnose, and repair cells. Its most commonly carried out in clients with diseases regarding the knees or shoulders.
by 1977, from arthro- + -scopy.
The endoscopic way of examining the within of a joint.
a minimally unpleasant procedure to correct a damaged joint; the doctor examines the joint with an arthroscope while making fixes through a tiny incision