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1

Where does hip pathology typically produce pain?

Groin
May radiate to knee

2

Which nerve supplies the majority of the hip joint?

Obturator nerve

3

Hip arthroplasty and hip replacement are almost synonymous terms - what is the key difference?

Arthroplasty may involve hip resurfacing, which doesn't replace entire femoral head, so it isn't technically a total hip replacement

4

Typically, how long will a total hip replacement last in a low-demand, elderly patient?

15-20 years

5

List potential complications of THR

Infection
Dislocation
Nerve injury
Iatrogenic medical conditions

6

Revision hip replacements work just as effectively as the first hip replacement. True/False?

False

7

How do trochanteric bursae become inflamed?

Usually strain/tearing of tendinous insertion of abductor muscles

8

How does trochanteric bursitis typically present?

Pain/tenderness in greater trochanter region
Pain on resisted abduction