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  1. Arti says:

    The doctors of this study then sought to determine the effect of confirmed and perceived adverse effects on patient-reported outcome measures after primary total hip replacement. In realistically assessing this person’s hip, it was deemed that the hip was “too far gone. The bone on bone hip has been treated in the past with cortisone injections and these injections are thought to have contributed to this patient’s accelerated hip degeneration. The right hip doesn’t even look like a hip anymore. When any of these strong connective tissues are weakened or damaged, they will not hold the bones they connect in place. Notice in this illustration you cannot see the ball and hip socket because they are covered in ligaments. Once the damage is so extensive, the patient will need a recommendation for total hip replacement. In a fewone like this hip replacement would be recommended. In this image, we see an x-ray of a severely degenerated hip. In this image we see an x-ray showing pubic symphysis and significant hip joint destruction. In this image, the left hip has mild osteoarthritis. The degenerative hip disease occurs with an eventual grinding of the bones and the development of a bone-on-bone situation. In the case of this illustration, the pubofemoral ligaments and the iliofemoral ligaments cover the hip joint providing stability. In the case of this illustration, the pubofemoral ligaments and the iliofemoral ligaments cover the hip jo

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