Acute Severe Hip Pain Associated With Labral Calcific Deposition Disease

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Acute Severe Hip Pain Associated With Labral Calcific Deposition Disease

Christopher L. Jimenez, MD; Michael J. Beebe, MD; Travis G. Maak, MD; Stephen K. Aoki, MD

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Acute effusion
of left hip
Orthopedics — December 2014
Acute Severe Hip Pain Associated With Labral Calcific Deposition Disease — by Christopher L. Jimenez, MD; et al
Calcific tendinitis is a term used to describe radiographic evidence of calcific deposition within a tendon. This condition, also known as calcium deposition disease, has been described in the gluteus maximus, the peroneus longus tendon, the popliteus tendon, the longus colli muscle in the neck, and the tendon of the rectus femoris. Read more

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