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- ‘At the repeat arthroscopy no new lesions were found.’
- ‘Magnetic resonance imaging or examination under anesthesia and arthroscopy are options when adequate examination is not possible because of pain or spasm.’
- ‘Although chondral injury is a reported indication for hip arthroscopy, these lesions can be an elusive source of hip pain.’
- ‘All patients in the study underwent diagnostic arthroscopy the day after ultrasonography.’
- ‘Before starting the arthroscopy, the surgeon tests the cannula sites with a needle to see if the areas are numb or if additional local anesthetic is needed.’
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