Uncommon Cause Of Back Pain In A Cyclist - Page #2
 

Broad Differential Diagnosis:
(1) Lumbar Radiculopathy; (2) Hip Osteoarthritis; (3) Hip Avascular Necrosis; (3) Osteitis Pubis; (4) Groin Muscle Strain; (5) Greater Trochanteric Bursitis; (6) Pubic Stress Fracture; (7) Inguinal Hernia.

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