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Transient Synovitis: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Transient Synovitis: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Transient Synovitis, Toxic Synovitis or Irritable Hip is a medical condition observed in children between 3-8 years that causes pain in the hip joint followed by limping. The underlying cause is the inflammation in the lining of the synovial joint. Although the...
Hip Dislocation

Hip Dislocation

Hip Dislocation is a traumatic injury that occurs when the top rounded part of the femur moves out of the pelvic socket known as acetabulum. The injury mainly occurs due to high impact car accidents. If not treated immediately, it may cease the blood supply to the top...
Femoral Fracture

Femoral Fracture

The femur or thigh bone is the longest bone in the human body which begins near the hip and extends straight to the knee. A break/crack or displacement along the straight part of the femur (known as femoral shaft) is termed as Femoral Fracture. The injury can be...
Hip Flexor Strain

Hip Flexor Strain

The hip flexors refer to a group of muscles at the front of the thigh that allows an individual to lift the leg or bend at the waist. Overstretching or tearing of any of these muscles is known as a Hip Flexor Strain. The injury most commonly affects the iliopsoas...
Pelvic Fracture: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Pelvic Fracture: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

The pelvis is a structure of bones – coccyx, hip bones and sacrum located between the base of the spine and legs. The hip bones are further divided into the pubis, ilium and the ischium. The pelvis forms a bowl-like cavity which contains as well as protects the...