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A 20-year-old man reports painless snapping about the lateral aspect of the right hip. He denies any history of trauma. Examination reveals no limp or tenderness. Hip range of motion is full, and there is good strength. Radiographs are normal. What anatomic structure is most likely causing these symptoms?
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A 21-year-old professional ballet dancer reports a painful popping sensation over her right hip joint. Examination reveals that symptoms are reproduced with hip flexion and external rotation. Which of the following studies will best confirm the diagnosis?
A positive Ober test for contracture of the tensor fascia lata and iliotibial band is characterized by which of the following?
Limited hip adduction when flexed
Limited hip adduction when extended
Limited hip abduction when flexed
Limited hip abduction when extended
Bow legged gait
A 16 year-old dancer has developed popping over the anterior hip. On exam, this can be reproduced by starting with the hip flexed, abducted and external rotated, and then slowly extending it back to a neutral position. She has no pain with internal rotation of the flexed hip. There is no tenderness or popping laterally. The diagnosis can be confirmed using which imaging modality?
Fluoroscopy without contrast