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Figure A shows a radiograph of a 62-year-old female that underwent a left total hip arthroplasty 5 years ago. She presents to your office with insidious onset of left groin and buttock pain. She denies trauma, fever or chills. On physical examination, her left hip has mild pain with range of motion. She has a normal gait cycle, normal power across the hip and her vitals signs are stable. A left hip aspirate was performed and results are shown in Figure B. What is the most likely cause of her hip pain?
Periprosthetic bacterial hip infection
Periprosthetic hip fracture
Large-particle wear debris disease
Pseudotumor hypersensitivity response
Abductor tendon tear
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