PCOM ONE2 HIP

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  1. Femoral Neck Fracture
    • Anatomy: fracture to the neck of femor
    • Test: Faber, X-RAy
  2. Acetabulum Fracture
    • Anatomy: Head of femor goes through the acetabulum, injury to bowel and UT
    • Test: Faber, X-Ray
  3. Posterior Dislocation of hip
    • Anatomy: tear to ischiofemoral ligament, AVN, Sciatic nerve
    • test: X-ray, faber
  4. Anterior Dislocation of hip
    • Anatomy: tear to iliofemoral ligament, AVN, sciatic nerve
    • Test: X-ray, Faber
  5. Slipped Capital Femoral
    • Anatomy: growth plate slip
    • Test: X-Ray, Faber
  6. Malum Coxae Senilis
    • Anatomy: progressive degeneration of hip
    • Test: X-ray, Faber
  7. Greater Trochanteric Bursitis
    • Anatomy: inflammation and calcification of greater trochaneric bursa
    • Test: Obers, Fabers
  8. Ischial Turberosity Bursitis
    • Anatomy: Inflammation and calcification of ischial tuberosity bursa
    • Test: Faber, Thomas
  9. Developmental Dysplasia of hip
    • Anatomy: congenital hip growth abnormality
    • Test: None
  10. Legg-Calve-perthes Disease
    • Anatomy: AVN, progressive degeneration of head of femur
    • Test: X-Ray, Faber
  11. Signs of Malum Coxae Senilis
    Antalgic Gait: weight bearing one leg because the other is too painful
  12. Signs of Developmental Dysplasia of Hip
    Asymmetrical skin fold of glut
  13. Faber's
    All hip

    • F = Flexed
    • AB = Abducted
    • ER=External Rotated
  14. Alli's Test
    Short Tib or Fib
  15. Thomas Tets
    • All iliopsoas
    • Ischial Tuberosity Bursitis
  16. Kendall test
    rectus femoris
  17. OBer's test
    • Femoral nerve
    • Greater trochanter Bursitis
    • TFL (tensalfacillota)
  18. Trendelenburg's test
    Glut min and maximus
  19. Hip Bones and cartilage
    • Ilium
    • Ischium
    • Pubis
    • Femur
    • Labrum
  20. Hip ligaments
    • Iliofemoral
    • Pubofemoral
    • Ischiofemoral
  21. Hip Bursae
    • Greater trochaner
    • Psoas
    • Ischial Tuberosity
  22. Hip flexors
    • Iliopsoas (1 joint, hip)
    • Rectus femoris (2 joints, hip + knee)
  23. Hip external rotators
    Piriformis
  24. Hip Internal Rotators
    • TFL (Tensalfascilotta)
    • Glut min and medius
  25. Hip Abductors
    • Glut medius
    • Glut minimus
  26. Hip adductors
    • Adductor magnus
    • Adductor longus
  27. Hip extensors
    Glut max
  28. Hip nerves
    Femoral nerve
  29. Hip vascular tissue
    • Foveal artery (AVN)
    • Femoral artery
    • Femoral vein
  30. Angles of femor head-shaft
    • Normal: 130
    • Coxa Valgus: >135
    • Coxa Valgum: <120

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