Greater trochanter pain syndrome
Pain left leg, most prominent in hip and groin.
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Left-sided high signal around tendons of gluteus medius and minimus muscle, most prominent at the insertion on the greater trochanter. Associated free fluid between gluteus medius and maximus, in keeping with partial tearing of the gluteus medius tendon and associated trochanteric bursitis. No complete tear.
Findings consistent with greater trochanter pain syndrome, associated with trochanteric bursitis and partial injury of the gluteus medius tendon at its insertion site on the greater trochanter.