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Hip

  • Apostolos H. Karantanas
Chapter
Part of the Medical Radiology book series (MEDRAD)

Abstract

Hip and groin injuries are usually seen with kicking, running and jumping athletic activities. Both recreational and elite young athletes can be involved. Plain X-rays are the initial examination although usually unremarkable. CT can be helpful in certain cases such as tiny avulsion injuries, intraarticular loose bodies and myositis ossificans. MR imaging of the hip depicts radiographically occult osseous abnormalities such as stress injuries, musculotendinous injuries and bursitis. US in children and adolescents may be used as an alternative to MR imaging method, for superficial injuries.

Keywords

Femoral Head Bone Marrow Edema Slip Capital Femoral Epiphysis Loose Body Magnetic Resonance Arthrography 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of RadiologyUniversity HospitalHeraklionGreece

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