A comprehensive review of hip labral tears

  title={A comprehensive review of hip labral tears},
  author={Megan M. Groh and Joseph E Herrera},
  booktitle={Current reviews in musculoskeletal medicine},
The hip labrum has many functions, including shock absorption, joint lubrication, pressure distribution, and aiding in stability, with damage to the labrum associated with osteoarthritis. The etiology of labral tears includes trauma, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), capsular laxity/hip hypermobility, dysplasia, and degeneration. Labral tears present with anterior hip or groin pain, and less commonly buttock pain. Frequently, there are also mechanical symptoms including clicking, locking, and… CONTINUE READING
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