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Hip conditions

Hip conditions: Introduction

Any condition affecting the hips. Some examples of hip conditions include arthritis, fracture, dislocation and gout. The hip is a ball and socket joint consisting of the top of the femur (ball) and the socket of the pelvic bone. ...more »

Symptoms of Hip conditions

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Hip conditions: Related Patient Stories

Hip conditions: Deaths

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Types of Hip conditions

Causes of Hip conditions

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Disease Topics Related To Hip conditions

Research the causes of these diseases that are similar to, or related to, Hip conditions:

  • Broken hip
  • Femoral neck fractures hip fracture
  • Fracture of the hip
  • Femoral head fractures
  • Trochanteric fractures
  • Subtrochanteric fractures
  • more related diseases...»

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Hip conditions

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Research about Hip conditions

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