Flashcards in 4- Hip Conditions Deck (8)
Where does hip pathology typically produce pain?
May radiate to knee
Which nerve supplies the majority of the hip joint?
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
Typically, how long will a total hip replacement last in a low-demand, elderly patient?
List potential complications of THR
Iatrogenic medical conditions
Revision hip replacements work just as effectively as the first hip replacement. True/False?
How do trochanteric bursae become inflamed?
Usually strain/tearing of tendinous insertion of abductor muscles