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Acetabular labral tear

Acetabular labral tear, as the name implies, is a tear involving the acetabular labrum of the hip. It is defined as a defect in the labral surface, intralabral surface or chondrolabral junction 10. With the increasing use of hip arthroscopy in orthopedic surgery since the 1970s pathologies of t...
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Acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 20 May 2011
92% complete
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Acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jan Frank Gerstenmaier
Published 21 Mar 2013
89% complete
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Acetabular labral tear hip

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Kamel Mahmoud Alkhateeb
Published 20 Nov 2019
86% complete
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Acetabular labral tear with paralabral cyst

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Nafisa Shakir Batta
Published 29 Aug 2013
92% complete
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Paralabral cyst with anterior acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Nafisa Shakir Batta
Published 21 Jul 2014
92% complete
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Acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Utkarsh Kabra
Published 16 Apr 2021
77% complete
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Displaced acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 07 May 2022
80% complete
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Acetabular labral tear with paralabral cyst

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Badis Al Harbawi
Published 24 Sep 2019
74% complete
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Acetabular labral tear

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Andrew Lawson
Published 25 Oct 2013
48% complete
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Acetabular labral tear with cam type hip lesion

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Andrew Lawson
Published 23 Dec 2013
58% complete
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Paralabral cyst of the hip

Paralabral cysts of the hip joint are a location-specific subtype of paralabral cysts. They are predominantly small, sometimes septate, well-defined multiloculated fluid intensity lesions. They are closely associated with acetabular labral tears. Their presence requires a thorough search for a l...
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Cam morphology (femoroacetabular impingement)

Cam morphology refers to an abnormal morphology of the femoral head-neck junction interlinked with an osseous asphericity of the femoral head. It is one possible cause of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Terminology Cam morphology is also commonly referred to as 'cam deformity', 'cam lesion...
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Arthrogram

An arthrogram (or arthrography) is a commonly performed procedure in musculoskeletal radiology, which can refer to both an injection into a joint, and cross-sectional imaging after a joint is injected. Indications Arthrograms are performed for a variety of indications including:  labral tear ...
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Acetabular labral sulcus

An acetabular labral sulcus is a type of normal variant seen as a cleft-like appearance on imaging. It forms where the labrum meets the adjacent articular cartilage. Several sulci can be identified which include several sublabral sulci posterosuperior ~ 48% anterosuperior ~ 44% anteroinferio...
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Snapping hip syndrome

Snapping hip syndrome (also known as coxa saltans or dancer’s hip) refers to a situation where there is an audible snapping sound produced during motion of the hip.  Epidemiology Some reports suggest that up to 10% of population may have this to some degree 8. Pathology This condition is cla...
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Pincer morphology (femoroacetabular impingement)

Pincer morphology refers to an abnormality of the acetabulum, in particular, acetabular overcoverage, which can be focal or global and is one cause of femoroacetabular impingement.  Terminology Pincer morphology is also referred to as 'pincer deformity', though according to the Warwick agreeme...
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Mixed femoroacetabular and ischiofemoral impingement

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 04 Aug 2020
95% complete
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Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome is the clinical symptoms and signs of painful, limited hip motion resulting from certain types of underlying morphological abnormalities in the femoral head-neck region and/or acetabulum. Femoroacetabular impingement can lead to early degenerative dise...
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Combined femoroacetabular impingement and labral tear

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yair Glick
Published 27 Aug 2022
95% complete
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