Why we still perform arthroscopy in knee osteoarthritis: a multi-methods study

Abstract

BACKGROUND Knee arthroscopy has historically been a common treatment for knee osteoarthritis. However, multiple Randomised Controlled Trials along with a Cochrane review has led NICE to recommend that arthroscopy is not used in the vast majority of patients that have knee osteoarthritis. These recommendations have been replicated internationally. The use of… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12891-015-0537-y

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