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Herniation Pits and their Renaissance in Association with Femoroacetabular Impingement
Panzer, S; Augat, P; Scheidler, J
ROFO-FORTSCHR RONTG. 2010; 182(7): 565-572.
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Augat Peter
Panzer Stephanie

Abstract

Hernitation pits (HPs) of the femoral neck were first described in 1982. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the information concerning HPs published since then and to show their association with the diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) which has occurred within the last years. HPs are predominantly located at the anterior-superior femoral neck with a typical radiological appearance, which makes it possible to differentiate them from the numerous differential diagnoses mentioned. In the early publications HPs were described as a separate entity, while recent studies increasingly assign them to intra-osseous ganglia. In contrast to the early publications depicting HPs as an incidental finding, they are currently mainly mentioned in association with FAI and at the same time are partly considered to be a radiological indicator of FAI. In summary, HPs should always be recognized and documented because they may contribute to the diagnosis of FAI which is essential for preventing or delaying osteoarthritis of the hip joint in the early stage.


Useful keywords (using NLM MeSH Indexing)

Acetabulum/pathology*

Adult

Arthrography

Diagnosis, Differential

Epiphyses, Slipped/diagnosis

Epiphyses, Slipped/pathology

Femur Head/pathology*

Femur Neck/pathology*

Hernia/diagnosis*

Hernia/etiology

Hernia/pathology

Humans

Image Processing, Computer-Assisted*

Imaging, Three-Dimensional*

Incidental Findings

Joint Diseases/diagnosis*

Joint Diseases/etiology

Joint Diseases/pathology

Magnetic Resonance Imaging*

Osteoarthritis, Hip/diagnosis

Osteoarthritis, Hip/pathology

Sensitivity and Specificity

Tomography, X-Ray Computed*

X-Ray Microtomography


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