hip region

hip region

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region lateral to the gluteal region (buttock), inferior to the iliac crest and overlying the greater trochanter of the femur.
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The street is rather remote from the central hip region, which is why it is surprising that it would attract so many people.
When the patients were asked at the time of discharge from hospital about the part of the body in which they felt the most intense postoperative pain, 6 patients in the Capio TVM group complained of deep-seated pain in the hip region (including some who complained of pain in the anal canal) and 1 complained of backache.
Tracking infections from the retroperitoneal psoas to the hip region have been reported with cases of tuberculous vertebral disease.
Because X-ray exposure is one of the main risk factors for cancer occurrence, scanning of the hip region that includes the genital organs may lead to apprehension in the scanned patients.
Presenting symptoms of lesser trochanter avulsion fractures can be vague, but are usually localized to the groin and medial hip region. Patients will demonstrate pain and weakness with hip flexion.
The main problem in the hip region was the failure to provide the optimal internal rotation, which occurred in 22.6% of images.
We examined the lumbar spine and hip region with neck of femur and trochanteric areas and found that the mean T-score of lumbar was <the mean T-score of hip areas.
There was no tenderness throughout the hip region. Hip flexion was to 90 degrees with extension to the examiner table.
Inclusion criteria were age [greater than or equal to] 65 years, living at home independently, and unilateral or bilateral hip OA with pain in the hip region (groin and lateral hip) during the preceding month.
There are 1494 gene sets upregulated in AD HIP region and 3 gene sets of them were significantly enriched at P < 0.01; 2044 gene sets are downregulated and 29 gene sets are significantly enriched at P < 0.01.
Two patient had persistent pain in hip region and two patients had persistent thigh pain, hence weight bearing was delayed till radiological union occurred and symptoms subsided.
These multidirectional and multi-planar movements place substantial load on the hip region. Hip and groin injuries are common in football, with reported annual incidences of 5-28% [1] and nearly one-third of all players will experience a groin injury during the course of their careers.