II. Findings: Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis

  1. Unilateral or bilateral hip involvement
  2. Groin Pain with ambulation
  3. Pain reproduced on range of motion
  4. Decreased Hip Range of Motion

III. Findings: Avascular necrosis

  1. Unilateral hip involvement
  2. Predisposing factors
    1. Alcohol Abuse
    2. Corticosteroid use
    3. Comorbid Connective Tissue Disease
  3. Hip MRI may be required for diagnosis

IV. Findings: Other common hip conditions

  1. Trochanteric Bursitis
    1. Upper Lateral Hip Pain without Groin Pain
    2. Radiation to knee may occur
    3. Worse with direct pressure (rolling onto side in bed)
  2. Iliopectineal Bursitis
    1. Pain below inguinal ligament and lateral to vessels
  3. Stress Fracture Areas affected
    1. Pubic rami
    2. Supraacetabular region
    3. Femoral Neck Stress Fracture

Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing)

Related Studies