An Unusual Cause Of Acute Atraumatic Hip Pain - Page #3

Lab Studies:
CBC: normal
CMP: normal
Urinalysis: normal
ESR: 2mm/hr

Other Studies:
X-ray left hip: mild cam-type deformity Case Photo #1
CT abdomen and pelvis: Case Photo #2, Case Photo #3small parenchymal calcification mid pole of the left kidney but no evidence of hydronephrosis, hydroureter or ureteral calculi; no focal intra-abdominal pathology or organopathy
Ultrasound:Case Photo #4 mild soft tissue swelling; no fluid collections or masses
MRI:Case Photo #5 2cm x 4cm superficial lipoma over the lateral left hip

General surgery

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