January 2019

Two patients with labral pathology although they look completely different they have more in common

Clinical Info

Two patients examined with hip complaints for SONOZORG a primary care ultrasound facility

Ultrasound Images & Clips

two patients with labral pathology

This is the acetabular labrum of the first patient with a large tear
This is the acetabular labrum of the first patient with a large tear
Another image of the first patient
Another image of the first patient
Detail of the tip of the labrum
Detail of the tip of the labrum
Transverse image of the first patient
Transverse image of the first patient
This is the second patient with reflective material in the labrum
This is the second patient with reflective material in the labrum
The reflective material is air
The reflective material is air
Another image of the second patient
Another image of the second patient
Last image of the second patient
Last image of the second patient
This is a patient with labral cysts
This is a patient with labral cysts
Transverse image of the patient with labral cysts
Transverse image of the patient with labral cysts

Conclusion

The first patient had a labral tear and the second patient had air in the labrum caused by degeneration or a tear. It can be the result of injecting air in the hip joint
This patient had not been injected with air, but injecting air in the hip joint makes a labral tear visible when air is accumulated in the labrum.


Created with

  • Hitachi Ultrasound System