Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Hip problems a growing problem among young, active

Hip pain is no longer reserved for older adults. More and more young, active people are developing this problem, which often requires surgery to repair.

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Ultrasound can reliably diagnose hip dysplasia at age 6 months

Developmental dislocation (dysplasia) of the hip (DDH) is a common congenital condition in which a child's upper thighbone is dislocated from the hip socket. The condition can be present at birth or develop during a child's ...

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Painful legacy of teen sports

Vigorous sports activities, like basketball, during childhood and adolescence can cause abnormal development of the femur in young athletes, resulting in a deformed hip with reduced rotation and pain during movement. This ...

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Cementless hip implants are durable for at least 20 years

Despite the common perception that total hip replacements last about 10 years, researchers at Rush University Medical Center have found that the devices are extremely durable, even 20 years after surgery.

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