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Diagnosis:

Gluteal Avulsion Trochanteric Bursitis

Findings:

Small amount of fluid is present around right greater trochanter. There is also deep subcutaneous edema.

Diff Dx:

The etiology of greater trochanteric pain syndrome may be related to gluteus medius and minimus avulsions rather than bursitis. Several bursa can be present around the greater trochanter. Bursitis may co-exist with gluteal avulsions.


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