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Arthroscopy. 1992;8(3):311-9.

Videoarthroscopy: review and state of the art.

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  • 1Garland Orthopaedic Clinic, TX.

Abstract

Since the introduction of videoarthroscopy, there has been rapid technological advancement. The charged couple device (CCD) has become the standard small pickup unit for the present cameras. The video signal processing and transfer has been modified and improved. New Y/C or super VHS and red, green, blue (RGB) systems have been associated with improvements in monitors, video recorders, and video printers. Measurements of video quality such as resolution, signal-to-noise ratio, pixels, and contrast have been confusing to clinicians evaluating these new systems. Equipment compatibility and the weak-link theory is important to understand when selecting new equipment. This review article presents an update for the clinician who wants more information to differentiate among the new video arthroscopic systems.

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