Acute Groin Pain - Page #2
 

Broad Differential Diagnosis:
Acute:
-Muscle strain
-Avulsion fracture
-Muscle-tendon strain
-Testicular pain
-Soft tissue contusion
-Fracture
-Avascular necrosis
-Intra-abdominal pathology
-Nephrolithiasis
-GU abnormality
-GYN abnormality

Sub-acute / Chronic:
-Sports hernia
-Hernia
-Stress fracture
-Avascular necrosis
-Osteitis pubis
-Bursitis
-Referred pain (lumbar spine, sacroiliac joint)
-Osteomyelitis
-Hip abnormality (chondral lesion, synovitis, labral tear)

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NOTE: For more information, please contact the AMSSM, 11639 Earnshaw, Overland Park, KS 66210, (913) 327-1415.
 

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