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Osteonecrosis of the Hip: A Primer.

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Summary of "Osteonecrosis of the Hip: A Primer."

In this report, we deliver a concise and up-to-date review of osteonecrosis, a pathologic, painful, and often disabling condition that is believed to result from the temporary or permanent disruption of blood supply to an affected area of bone. We will discuss the epidemiology (disease distribution), pathogenesis (mechanism of development), etiology (associated risk factors, causes, and disorders), clinical manifestations (reported symptoms and physical findings), diagnosis and classification, and treatment options for hip osteonecrosis.

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Name: The Permanente journal
ISSN: 1552-5775
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