ACETABULAR LABRAL TEARS ARE COMMON IN ASYMPTOMATIC CONTRALATERAL HIPS WITH FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT

Review written by Dr Joanne Kemp info

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

Hip-related groin pain is common in young and middle-aged active people, and hip morphology (bony shape) and intra-articular pathology (labral tears, cartilage tears) are thought to be a primary cause of the pain. Hip arthroscopy surgery is then often performed

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