In addition, the patients with recurrent or persistent pain, were questioned about their view, regarding a potential repetition of the arthroscopic procedure as an alternative for total hip joint
The most common major complication encountered in hip arthroscopy is intra-abdominal fluid extravasation.7 In our case, hip joint
and acetabulum were traumatized by a bullet, so it is probably more vulnerable to fluid leakage and intraabdominal fluid extravasations.
* You can help speed your recovery by strengthening the muscles that support the hip joint
prior to surgery.
(3) The assistive robot can kinematically adapt to the movement of the hip joint
However, he was admitted to our hospital suddenly because he felt a swelling in his right hip joint
and then could no longer stand.
Resection of the obturator nerve for analgesic treatment of degenerative-deforming changes of the hip joint
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For both sessions, the subjects walked with four different hip joint
stiffness settings: zero (the baseline condition with which they were trained), low (5 Nm/rad), medium (15 Nm/rad), and high (39 Nm/rad).
"In neurologically impaired children with conditions such as cerebral palsy and spinal bifida, muscular imbalance gradually leads to deformity and instability of the hip joint
New developments in this area include keyhole surgery of the hip (hip arthroscopy) and procedures to change the shape of the hip joint
In posterior surgery, the surgeon approaches the hip joint
from the back--through incisions on the back side of the hip.
"Because of the extreme range of motion, the labrum can get pinched between the ball and socket of the hip joint
," says McCulloch, who treats Houston Ballet's dancers.
However, previous studies that measured changes in position and muscle strength exertion during pedaling exercise induced by changing the trunk angle or seat-tube angle using a bicycle-type ergometer found that keeping the trunk angle vertical, rather than narrowing the angle of the hip joint
as in racing style, increases power efficacy (Price et al., 1997).