hip joint disease

hip joint disease

(1) An generic term for any condition affecting the hip.
(2) An obsolete term for tuberculosis of the femoro-pelvic joint.
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Some factors may have contributed to these results such as patient selection, since dogs with signs of pain and lameness, but few degenerative hip joint disease and proper hip ROM, were included in this study.
Hip joint disease in psoriatic arthritis: risk factors and natural history.
In hip joint disease ultrasound defines the presence of intra-articular fluid.
Once the more obvious causes are ruled out by exam and x-ray (including degenerative hip joint disease, fractures, obvious adductor muscle strain, genitourinary problems, and palpable hernias), there are a group of more subtle and insidious injuries.
There are sacroiliac joint pain syndromes and hip joint diseases as possible causes of buttock pain.