Hip dysfunction is the restriction of hip movements due to tightening of the hip capsule and the ligaments associated with it. It is also accompanied by pain, swelling and tenderness in the hip or groin, stiffness, limping. It may occur as a result of developmental anomaly, injury, infection, or other chronic conditions.
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Query: Hello doctor, I had an injury before three years on my hip and I am now about to undergo a surgery due to issues with my discs that started when I injured my hip flexor. I just had an MRI today and would like a radiologist to view my images and send me a report on the findings. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your MRI both hips show imaging following features, 1. Subchondral edema involving bilateral femoral heads extending up to bilateral femoral necks 2. No depression of head of femur or crescent sign seen in the present MRI 3. No displaced fracture is seen. 4. Visu... Read Full »