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Hip Joint Injection

Tiếng Việt >> Indications Hip joint intraarticular injection is used to treat inflammation of the hip secondary to rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. Techniques After informed consent is obtained, the patient is placed in the supine position with the leg straight and externally rotated. A point is marked at 2 cm below the anterosuperior spine of […]

Other Hip Abnormalities

Another hip region imaging application of potential interest to physiatrists involves the use of technetium bone scanning to evaluate recently described “thigh splints” caused by exaggerated stride length by short female basic trainees in the unisex-oriented military (34). Seven cases of thigh pain in female recruits at one military base were imaged after administration of […]

Femoroacetabular Impingement of the Hip

Femoroacetabular impingement is another cause of hip pain that may initially have a non–specific clinical presentation; however, a thorough physical evaluation should be able to identify this condition. Pain can be elicited on physical exam by passive movement of the thigh into full flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (34). Radiographs often help to identify anatomical […]

Ischemic Necrosis of the Hip

One of the common indications for MRI of the hip is to are the standard radiographs performed for the assessment determine the presence of ischemic necrosis. This is bone of hip joint abnormalities (26). The presence of osteoarthri death produced by a compromised blood supply. It also has tis, bone tumors, and soft-tissue calcifications can […]