Arthrex, Inc.
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hip chondromalacia


  • Procedure/Product Pages (5)
    • Chondroplasty 0 small
      • A reshaping of the articular cartilage by means of shaver, curette, burr or Chondro Pick by cleaning out loose articular cartilage and treatment of the underlying bone.
    • Hip debridement 0 small
      • Debridement of degenerated labrum, chondral flaps or synovitis is easily accomplished with a selection of straight or curved shaver blades and radio frequency ablaters that are available in hip lengths.
    • Hip microfracture 0 small
      • Microfracture cartilage repair is performed by creating tiny fractures in the underlying bone of an OCD lesion using Chondro Picks. The resulting blood clot initiates the development of fibrocartilage, which often will fill the defect site.
    • Removal of cartilage 0 small
      • Depending on surgeon preference, a shaver or curette is utilized to debride damaged or diseased articular cartilage surrounding the site of the chondral defect.  
    • Removal of loose bodies hip 0 small
      • As part of the arthroscopic debridement procedure, the removal of loose bodies is indicated when joint pain or joint locking persists despite non-operative treatment. This is accomplished by establishing multiple portals and extracting the loose bodies using the Arthrex Hip Instruments including the NavX instrumentation.  This may …