Doc My Neck Hurts - Page #3

Lab Studies:
TSH 4.89, Calcium 8.9, Parathyroid hormone 103 (high), Vitamin D 27, Beta-Crosslaps 512

Other Studies:
Left hip/pelvis X-ray: unremarkable
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Left hip MR Arthrogram: left basocervical femoral neck fatigue stress fracture. The fracture is near-complete in the anterior to posterior dimension but only involves 50% of the femoral shaft in the medial to lateral dimension. Mild left sided congenital hip dysplasia. Tear of the anterior-superior labrum with a small adjacent paralabral cyst.
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Bone Density: within normal limits.

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