Hip arthroscopy

What is Hip arthroscopy?

Hip arthroscopy is a camera assisted procedure for hip disease and it is done by a very small incision.

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MRI Arthrogram report:
Acetabular labrum appears intact. There is small focal area of undermining of the anterosuprior labrum which has appearance...

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Acetabular labrum is a like a cushion for two bones in hip to avoid friction. You have normal variation of it, known as cartilaginous cleft....

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I am able to move my leg forward and backwards with little discomfort (although some exists); however, when I try to extend it sideways for kicks...

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Thanks for posting your query.

The feeling of catching of hip bone in the socket specially on side ways movement without any muscle soreness...

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Have left hip pain,popping, buckling. Total onset about a heart.
Slipped while scrubbing shower. Initially popped without pain, then pain increased...

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Thanks for your inquiry,
I went through your reports. As per the MRI report
You already have degenerative changes, narrow joint space,...

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