Hip Fracture

A broken hip is a common injury, especially in elderly individuals. In the United States, hip fractures are the most common broken bone that requires hospitalization; about 300,000 Americans are hospitalized for a hip fracture every year. A "broken hip" and a "hip fracture" mean the same thing!

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Femur Fracture

The femur is one of the strongest bones in the body.
The femur is the thigh bone--it extends from the hip joint down to the knee joint.
Because the femur is such a strong bone, it can take tremendous force to cause a femur fracture. Usually they are secondary to vehicular accident.

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Pelvic Fracture

. The pelvis serves as an attachment point for muscles that reach down into the legs and up into the trunk of the body. With all of these vital structures running through the pelvis, a pelvic fracture can be associated with substantial bleeding, nerve injury, and internal organ damage.

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Hip Osteoarthritis

Like other joints that carry your weight, your hips may be at risk for "wear and tear" arthritis (osteoarthritis), the most common form of the disease. The smooth and glistening covering (articular cartilage) on the ends of your bones that helps your hip joint glide may wear thin.

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Hip Arthroplasty

Hip arthritis is a common problem, most often due to osteoarthritis.
In hip arthritis affects a patient, the normal cartilage surface of the joint is worn away.
In hip arthritis patients may have significant pain and treatment is necessary
Total hip replacement is one of the most rewarding operation and has a high patient satisfaction.

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Avascular Necrosis

Osteonecrosis of the hip, also called avascular necrosis, is a disabling condition that can lead to the hip joint collapsing. It is estimated that doctors see about 10,000-20,000 new cases of osteonecrosis each year.

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Transient Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is generally a progressive and painless condition. But one type of osteoporosis is both reversible and painful. Because it isn't permanent and is usually most obvious in the hip joint, this condition is called transient osteoporosis of the hip.

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Acetabular Rim Syndrome [ Femoroacetabular impingement]
Femoroacetabular impingement is an abutment conflict occurring between the proximal femur and the acetabular rim arising from morphologic abnormalities affecting the acetabulum or the proximal femur, or both. The repetitive mechanical conflict occurringduring motion, particularly flexion and internal rotation, can lead to lesions of acetabular labrum and, even more serious, the adjacent acetabular cartilage.

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Surgical dislocation


Meralgia Paresthetica
Is a condition of abnormal sensation over the lateral aspect of the thigh

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