In this procedure, the provider performs treatment of a tibial plateau fracture involving both the inner and outer tibial condyles using an arthroscope. He may or may not use an internal fixation device to fix the fracture. Arthroscopy is also known as keyhole surgery because the provider uses an arthroscope, a tiny camera, to look inside the joint and to treat joint problems.
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