Female Runner With Bilateral Hip Pain - Page #3

Lab Studies:
Basic Chemistry: Normal
Cell counts: Normal
Vitamin D 25-OH: 25 (N 30-150)
Intact Parathyroid hormone: 21 (Normal)
Phosphate: 4.7 (normal)
Thyroid studies: TSH 3.42 (normal)
Ionized calcium: 1.29 (normal)
Estradiol: 213.2 (normal)

Other Studies:
MRI of bilateral hips: "Within the bones bilaterally there is increased signal compatible with edema, right greater than left. In addition, within the left gluteal muscles there is a muscle strain evident. Minimal gluteal muscle strain may also be present.
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DEXA: Normal with T score of 1.5 at dual femoral neck


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