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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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.
Any failure eminating from acetabulum to femoral bone produces most common hip joint diseases in human body.