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Iliopsoas cyst: rare cause of hip pain and vascular compression in osteoarthritis

bmj;349/dec31_6/g7598/FIG1F1fig1An 83 year old woman with mild hip osteoarthritis presented with a right groin mass, pain, and progressive right limb distension. Magnetic resonance imaging showed a......

New injection offers great new knee replacement surgery benefits

Knee replacement surgery patients could benefit widely from the use of a new pain relief therapy, says US research. A total of 216 people were evaluated for pain control in the first two days after su...

3 Types of Hernias and What They Mean for Treatment

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When many people think of a hernia, they often think of a common groin hernia experienced by someone they know who suffered acute pain after doing some sort ...

Moving Past Preconceived Images of What a Hernia Patient Should Look Like

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- When most people think of hernias, they usually conjure up an image of an adult man suffering from shooting groin pain after attempting to pick up a heavy ob...

MRSA colonization common in groin, rectal areas

Colonization of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus allows people in the community to unknowingly harbor and spread this life-threatening bacteria. The inside of the front of the nose is where...

3 Possible Symptoms of Sports Hernias in Men

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When playing sports that involve rapid bursts, twists, and movements, a variety of groin injuries, including hernias, can occur. No matter how strong or...

What a pain! The nation’s most painful moments revealed

The results of a pain poll, released today, reveal the most painful events in our lives and finally answers an age-old gender debate. The nation ranked childbirth as the most painful event (51%), with...

Fear of pain could increase risk of multisite pain

Pain catastrophising and fear of pain might increase the risk of developing multisite pain following injury, says research due to be published in The Journal of Pain. Experts looked at the value of pa...

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Athletic pubalgia and associated rehabilitation.

Evaluation and treatment of groin pain in athletes is challenging. The anatomy is complex, and multiple pathologies often coexist. Different pathologies may cause similar symptoms, and many systems ca...

Update: Soccer Injury and Prevention, Concussion, and Chronic Groin Pain.

Soccer, or football, as it is known in much of the world, is one of the most popular sports in the world. The purpose of this article was to provide a concise update on select soccer-specific medical ...

Computed Tomographic-Guided Genitofemoral Nerve Block: A Simple Anterior Approach.

Chronic groin pain, often as a consequence from surgery, is a challenge from both a diagnostic and treatment standpoint. Interventional therapy is often attempted.Genitofemoral nerve block can be used...

Hip and groin pain in the child athlete.

An increasing number of children are taking up sporting activities and at more competitive levels. For this reason (pediatric) radiologists should expect to receive greater numbers of requests from th...

The management of sportsman's groin hernia in professional and amateur soccer players: a revised concept.

Chronic groin pain appears in athletes with a diverse etiology. In a select few, it can be defined as a sportsman's hernia, that may be related, among other pathologies, to weakness of the posterior i...

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