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Hip injury

Introduction: Hip injury

Description of Hip injury

Hip injury (medical condition): Any injury involving the hip. The hip is a ball and socket joint consisting of the top of the femur (ball) and the socket of the ...more

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Hip injury: damage inflicted on the hip as the direct or indirect result of an external force, with or without disruption of structural continuity.
Source: CRISP

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Hip injury as a Disease

Hip injury (medical condition): See Hip injury (disease information).
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Source - CRISP

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