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Arthrofibrosis is the development of thick, fibrous material around the joint that often occurs after joint injury or surgery and can lead to joint stiffness and decreased movement. It may be treated conservatively with physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medication, and/or steroidal injections. If conservative management fails, arthroscopic surgery may be indicated to release fibrous adhesions and manually manipulate the joint to increase range of motion.

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