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In the radiographic evaluation of femoroacetabular impingment (FAI), which of the following views is obtained with a standing radiograph and an angle of 65 degrees between the pelvis and the film?
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Age: 35 years femaleCC: Left anterior groin pain and limited ROMHPI: 35 yea...
HPI - 40 yr old active female with groin pain with activity. No major trauma. Pain getting worse for past few years. All in groin. + pain in groin with FADIR of hip.
Clear hip impingement but with significant protusio / global pincer.
Also with pubic symphysis sclerosis.
LCEA is 49 deg
Classic Contre-coup lesion in posteroinferior acetabulum and posteromedial femoral head.
Hip arthroscopy with acetabular bony resection? Will that lead to futher instability? Labrum will likely be ossified and crappy. Be prepared for labral reconstruction?
Send to open surgeon?
Next step after failing conservative treatement.
HPI - Mild hip pain since 3 month, not affecting her activity
What is the best treatment option