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Hip Transient Synovitis

Table of Contents Basics Diagnosis Tests Treatment Special Therapy Follow-up Miscellaneous FAQ Basics Description Transient synovitis is characterized by the acute onset of monarticular hip pain, limp, and restricted hip motion. It must be distinguished from septic arthritis. Gradual but complete resolution over several days to weeks is the norm. Synonyms: Toxic synovitis; Irritable hip …

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Hip Anatomy and Examination

Basics Description Bones: Pelvis and femur bone The acetabulum is the socket Muscles: Flexors: Iliopsoas, sartorius, rectus femoris Extensors: Gluteus maximus, hamstring muscles Abductors: Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus Adductors: Gracilis, pectineus, adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus Nerves: Femoral: Hip flexors Obturator: Adductors Superior gluteal: Abductors Ligaments: Sacroiliac: Sacrum to ilium Sacrotuberous: Sacrum to ischial …

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