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1998 Subcutaneous trochanteric bursitis an unrecognized cause of peritrochanteric pain revealed by imaging

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Description: We present four cases of subcutanea trochanterica bursitis (one involving both sides). The bursitis was acute and inflammatory in two cases, chronic and microtraumatic in one, asymptomatic in one and septic in the last case. The acutely inflamed bursa may contain a blood effusion increasing the pain. CT and MRI provide distinctive images for the diagnosis of these particular types of periarticular diseases
Subcutaneous trochanteric bursitis: an unrecognized cause of peritrochanteric pain revealed by imaging Amrar-Vennier F, Lerais JM, Dibiane A, Guy F, Blavoux M, Couaillier JF, Cercueil JP, Krause D. J Radiol. 1998 Jun;79(6):557-62. Full text (French)

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Author/Contact: Amrar-Vennier et al
Institution: J Radiol.
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Language: French

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