Persistent Hip Pain Not Always From The Hip - Page #2

Broad Differential Diagnosis:
Differential diagnosis:
1. Osteoarthritis of femoroacetabular joint
2. Hip labral pathology
3. Hip flexor tendinopathy
4. Chronic gluteal tendinopathy
5. Lumbar spine radicular symptoms/ Nerve root irritation
6. SI dysfunction/ Sacroiliitis
7. Stress fracture (femur, pubic rami, acetabulum)
8. Avascular necrosis of femoral head
9. Athletic pubalgia
10. Malignancy
11. Infection

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