It is a diagnostic and therapeutical method applied by the branch of Orthopaedics and Traumatology today. Following swelling of the joint using water, instruments with an average thickness of 4 mm is placed into the joint through the skin. It is an advantageous method over open surgery in respect of that skin incisions are small and cause less damage to tissues, resulting in shorter hospitalization time, reduced infection risk and post-operative pain as well as low risk of poor cosmetic appearance. This method requires training and specialized surgical equipment.

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