Hip And Lower Abdominal Pain In A Professional Soccer Player - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
None

Other Studies:
MRI of the abdomen Case Photo #1 Case Photo #2 revealed prominent psoas musculature encompassing approximately two thirds of the abdominal cavity without tears, tendinopathy, or other abnormalities. Limited views of the lumbar spine did not show any obvious stenosis or disc herniations.
MRI of pelvis revealed an unremarkable hip, no hip fluid accumulation, no hip tendinopathy, no psoas tear, and no evidence of stress fractures.
Diagnostic ultrasound revealed no evidence of an anterior labral tear, subluxing or snapping psoas tendon, femoral head deformity, distal iliopsoas tear, or abdominal wall defects adjacent to the rectus abdominis.

Consultations:
None

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