Photography of operative techniques and pathology during arthroscopy using a second arthroscope.
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThe use of two arthroscopes is recommended to reduce the time needed for photography eliminating the need to remove video control from the main arthroscope, to record pathology and operative techniques for teaching without an additional light source.
CitationPhotography of operative techniques and pathology during arthroscopy using a second arthroscope. 1997, 20 (1):19-21 J Audiov Media Med
JournalThe Journal of audiovisual media in medicine
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