Interview of Pateint after Hip Replacement Surgery
The hip joint comprises the femoral head (ball) and acetabulum (socket) and some of the biggest muscles in the body surround the joint with large nerves and arteries passing close to it. It is because the hip joint is deeply seated and relatively inaccessible that arthroscopy of the hip is less common.
Hip arthroscopy is the use of an arthroscope to view the hip joint through tiny incisions, its purpose is to either diagnose or evaluate the damage to the hip joint or, treat certain hip problems. The progress of the arthroscope into the hip joint is guided by X-ray.
Profile of Dr. D.k Das:
Senior Consultant Orthopaedic & Joint Replacement Surgeon