An Unusual Case Of Lateral Hip Pain - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
None

Other Studies:
Lateral left hip ultrasound, 12 MHz linear probe, short and long axis views:
- Loss of normal fibrillar architecture of the distal gluteus minimus tendon

Bilateral hip radiographs, anteroposterior and lateral Case Photo #1:
- Large fibro-osseus lesion in the right femoral neck
- Heterotopic bone formation in both thighs
- Heterotopic bone formation around the left greater trochanter and/or old avulsion fracture

Left hip magnetic resonance imaging:
- Multiple ossific densities in the gluteus medius muscle
- Mild gluteus maximus tendinopathy

Consultations:
Orthopedic hip subspecialist

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