Curettes, Surgical, Joint, Endoscopic

Definition : Surgical curettes designed for shaping bone and/or cartilage during endoscopic procedures in the joints (i.e., arthroscopy). These curettes are typically slender, manual, metal instruments with a cup-like or ring-like sharp-edged working end (frequently faceted to facilitate insertion), a straight flexible shaft, and a fine handle appropriate to manipulate the working end. Endoscopic joint surgical curettes are used in a variety of arthroscopic procedures, including hip arthroscopy and the repair of indentation and depressions in bones (also known as notchplasties).

Entry Terms : "Joint Surgery Curettes, Endoscopic" , "Arthroscopy Curettes"

UMDC code : 21342

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Arthrex Inc

Company Type: Parent

Incorporated since 1984, Arthrex has been a privately held corporation committed to just one thing: providing the finest quality products and educational services to meet the special needs of orthopaedic surgeons and their patients. Arthrex has a focused dedication to creative product development and medical education with an experienced, devoted team of professionals who are truly committed to continuing this tradition.

Delacher Assoc Inc

Company Type: Parent

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