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DATE

2014-10-14

AUTHORS

Scott C. Faucett , Marc J. Philippon

ABSTRACT

Damage to the labrum has been recognized as a source of pain and morbidity surrounding the hip. For many patients the initial treatment was labral debridement. This loss of labral tissue subsequently can lead to a dysfunctional deficient labrum. Labral dysfunction can lead to overloading of the articular cartilage of the hip and may be a precursor of osteoarthritis. Labral deficiency can also be related to adhesions, hip instability, and dysplasia. For patients with loss of joint space, injections made provide relief while waiting for total hip replacement. In patients with maintained joint space, the deficient can be reconstructed with iliotibial autograft or other graft sources. Midterm results have shown excellent outcome following labral reconstruction. In conclusion, labral deficiency is seen more commonly due to previous debridements and other pathologies. Treating the deficiency with labral reconstruction provides an excellent choice for the patient. More... »

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1143-1149

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-6965-0_102

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