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Hip

Thigh anatomy

Fracture

In disarray

Other hip diseases

Pelvic joint replacement

Stages of hip replacement surgery

After hip replacement

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Thigh anatomy

 

The hip joint is located at the junction of the lower torso and limb, and is an example of a spherical joint that can withstand a lot of force due to the standing position of a human.

Due to the great importance of this joint in the process of walking, its smallest problems can be annoying for the patient.

The hip joint can suffer from pain with or without dryness and limited mobility due to various diseases, and it can be damaged during severe blows to the body. Rhinoplasty is an important surgery in this area.

Get to know the hip joint
Comprehensive anatomy of the hip joint

Pelvic joint replacement

 

Generalities of hip replacement

What is an artificial pelvic joint and what are its types?
What is pelvic joint replacement and how is it performed?
What is hip replacement and how is it done?
What is a pelvic prosthesis and where is it used?
What kind of surgery is total hip arthroplasty?
At what age should a hip replacement be performed?
Is it possible to replace the pelvic joint at a young age?
Choose a hip replacement or dry one
Who needs a hip and hip replacement?
How to change the pelvic joint helps to treat lameness
The effect of hip replacement on short leg correction

Rhinoplasty in various diseases

Osteoarthritis and wear and tear of the hip joint and the need for joint replacement surgery
Blackening of the femoral head and joint replacement surgery
Dysplasia or semi-dislocation of the hip joint in the pelvic area and joint replacement
Congenital dislocation of the hip joint in the pelvic area and joint replacement
Joint rheumatism of the thigh and joint replacement surgery
Ankylosing spondylitis and hip replacement
Rhinoplasty in a patient with hemophilia
Rhinoplasty in a patient with renal insufficiency
How to diagnose sickle cell anemia requires hip replacement surgery
Can pelvic arthroplasty be performed in patients with osteoporosis?
The effect of diabetes and obesity and smoking on hip replacement surgery

Fractures and hip replacement

Fracture of the femoral head and the need to replace the hip joint
Thigh neck fracture and hip replacement
Intraventricular and sub-trochanteric pelvic fractures and hip replacement
Stabulum fracture and hip replacement

thigh

 

The femur is the tallest bone in the body, and on both sides there are two very important joints that are vulnerable to injury: the hip and the knee. This bone is surrounded by very strong muscles that play an important role in walking.

The most important problem with the thigh that causes people to see a doctor is pain, and sometimes loss of strength, deformity, sensory disturbances, or external injuries to the thigh are the cause of medical attention.

In the article on thighs, we try to examine the specific problems of this part of the body in terms of orthopedics.

Comprehensive femoral anatomy
What are the causes of thigh pain?

Fracture

Fracture of the femoral trunk in adults - symptoms and treatment
Fractures of the femoral trunk in children and infants
How is the lower extremity fracture caused and how is it treated?

Muscle injuries

Stretching the quadriceps or quadriceps muscle then
Rupture of the quadriceps or quadriceps tendon then
Stretching the hamstrings behind the thighs
What causes knee restriction and dryness of the knee joint after a femoral fracture and how it is treated?
What causes pain and burning sensation in the front of the thigh? What is paresthesia maralgia?
Ante version or rotation of the femur into a kind of congenital deformity of the lower limbs