Compressive Femoral Mononeuropathy Secondary to Acetabular Labral Tear Associated With Paralabral Ganglion Cyst of an Osteoarthritic Hip: A Case Report.

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Summary of "Compressive Femoral Mononeuropathy Secondary to Acetabular Labral Tear Associated With Paralabral Ganglion Cyst of an Osteoarthritic Hip: A Case Report."

A 61-year-old man presented with a 5-year history of left hip pain and a 6-month history of left groin swelling associated with hypoesthesia and proximal muscle weakness. Radiograph of the left hip showed degenerative joint disease. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a large, anteriorly displaced paralabral cyst of the left hip joint. Neurophysiologic studies were corroborative of left femoral mononeuropathy. Complete excision of the cyst along with total hip replacement were performed. At 4-year follow-up, there was complete remission with resolution of symptoms.


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