ORTHOPEDIC

Radiologic Diagnosis

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Fig. 4.1 RX AP flamingo view demonstrating (b image) a 3 mm left-upward symphysis excursion, indicating pubic instability in standard anterior posterior view (a image) and with monopodalic alternate bearing…

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Adductor and Upright Abdominal Tendinopathy

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Fig. 14.1 Adductor longus Fig. 14.2 Rectus abdominis Several studies have addressed both intrinsic and extrinsic possible risk factors. The main intrinsic factor consists of the strength imbalance between the…

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Postsurgical Rehabilitation: Hernioplasty

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Fig. 20.1 Walking on plane surface Fig. 20.2 Starting with pelvic tilt (not shown in picture) and bridge on the right Fig. 20.3 Pelvic stabilization with pressure on the ball…

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Iliopsoas Tendinopathy

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Fig. 15.1 Iliopsoas anatomy The psoas major muscle is fusiform and originates through a series of fibrous arches, from the lateral aspect of the bodies of the last thoracic vertebra…

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Extra-articular Hip Pathology

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Internal snapping hip Tendon impingement at the level of iliopectineal eminence Iliopsoas impingement with the acetabular component in a THA Tendon snap at the level of the upper branch of…

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Pathology of Central Compartment

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Fig. 7.1 Arthro-CT coronal view of chondroid bodies in a right hip Anatomic evolution is based on three stages, described by Milgram [2]: Stage 1: intra-synovium chondromas Stage 2: intra-synovium…

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Postsurgical Rehabilitation: FAI

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Fig. 19.1 Deep hip rotators activation facedown The aquatic program usually commences 3 weeks after surgery. This will initially consist of walking in the pool and using a stationary bike…

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Physiology and Biomechanics

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Fig. 3.1 Static model of vector forces exerting on the hip. A is the force of abductor muscles, W is the body weight and l and d represent their arms. JRF…

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