Hip Arthroscopy in the Athletic Patient: Current Techniques and Spectrum of Disease

Shindle, Michael K.; Voos, James E.; Heyworth, Benton E.; Mintz, Douglas N.; Moya, Luis E.; Buly, Robert L.; Kelly, Bryan T.
October 2007
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Oct2007 Supplement 3, Vol. 89-A, p29
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study concerning the surgical techniques for arthroscopic hip disorders, which commonly occur in athletes. It is stated that hip pain can be caused by multiple pathologies. The complete history and physical examination are necessary to determine the source and cause of the pain. The author stated that physician should evoke information from the patients regarding the specific location of the irritation, and the qualitative nature of the soreness.


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