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Hip pain in the radiologically normal hip 

Hip pain in the radiologically normal hip
Hip pain in the radiologically normal hip

Aresh Hashemi-Nejad

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date: 17 May 2022

Patients who present with hip pain can have multiple origins of pathology—this may be intra- or extra-articular in origin

In the majority, a definable diagnosis can be obtained through a detailed history, examination, and subsequent radiological evaluation

However, there remains a group of patients who have intractable hip pain without a definitive diagnosis despite extensive non-invasive radiological investigation.

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