No it is not al all
Yes it is possible. It would be swollen and be have some bruising.
The amount of time it takes to recover from arthroscopic knee surgery varies from patient to patient. Some people are able to return to normal activities within a week, while others take up to 6 weeks. Generally it takes 6-8 weeks to make a full recovery from Arthroscopic knee surgery. It may take longer if you don't follow the doctors orders.
I am sure you have had a bruise on your body in the past, a black or blue mark that fades to green or yellow before fading altogether. Abnormal bruising is just that, abnormal, bruises that do not behave like normal bruises: black or blue marks that follow veins (infection), bruises so painful that movement is hindered, bruises that have something solid in them, bruises that get larger, bruises of non-bruise colors (red, white), etc.
that is normal reaction of the body due to internal work and interuption
Pain and complications are rare and most patients will enjoy improved mobility as they recover over a period of days, possibly with the aid of physical therapy and gentle exercise.
Yes it is. Keep the area icepacked -- 10 minutes on, 10 minutes off. Bunionectomies take a while before it's comfortable to walk again.
Yes, after a few years knees that have been operated on often need maintainence, possibly another surgery. It will never get totally better, sorry.
Swelling after surgery is quite common. Any surgery on the hand requires the hand to be elevated in a sling otherwise you may get some swelling.
It is more of a sterile procedure under local aneasthesia rather than a surgery as such.The placement of the stent is acheived by the catheter which is usually inserted either radially(from the arm) or femorally (from the groin). The catheter on the skin leaves only a small mark.It leaves some bruising marks on the arm because of the angle, the arm is kept for manouvering the catheter. This is normal as i consider this.This is from my own experience as i underwent the procedure in May,2009.
Yes, it is normal