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What is the preferred treatment of painful synovial chondromatosis of the hip in a young adult as seen in the radiograph in Figure A?
Conventional total hip arthroplasty
Total hip resurfacing with synovectomy
Arthroscopic removal of loose bodies
Femoral CAM lesion osteoplasty
600cGy radiation once to affected hip joint
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A 47-year-old man presents with right groin pain. Hip radiograph, CT, arthroscopy, and histology slide are shown in Figures A through D. Which of the following statements is true regarding this condition?
This is a benign metaplastic process which requires wide excision due to the risk of malignant transformation
This is a benign metaplastic process which requires symptomatic treatment
This is a benign neoplastic process which requires marginal excision
This is a benign neoplastic process which requires intralesional excision and adjuvant chemotherapy
This is a malignant neoplastic process which requires hip disarticulation and coverage