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Gluteal pain in athletes: how should it be investigated and treated?

Falótico GG, Torquato DF, Roim TC, Takata ET, de Castro Pochini A, Ejnisman B - Rev Bras Ortop (2015)

Bottom Line: Gluteal pain is a frequent symptom in athletes, and defining it etiologically is a challenge for orthopedists.In the present study, using an anatomical approach to the posterior region of the pelvis and the proximal femur, divided into four quadrants, systematized investigation is proposed with the aim of optimizing the treatment and accelerating athletes' return to their sport, through correct diagnosis.Abstract available from the publisher.

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Affiliation: Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Gluteal pain is a frequent symptom in athletes, and defining it etiologically is a challenge for orthopedists. In the present study, using an anatomical approach to the posterior region of the pelvis and the proximal femur, divided into four quadrants, systematized investigation is proposed with the aim of optimizing the treatment and accelerating athletes' return to their sport, through correct diagnosis.

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Posterior photograph of the bone anatomy of the pelvis and right proximal femur with division into four quadrants starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine.
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fig0005: Posterior photograph of the bone anatomy of the pelvis and right proximal femur with division into four quadrants starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine.

Mentions: Within this imaginary rectangle, four quadrants were delimited starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine (Fig. 1).


Gluteal pain in athletes: how should it be investigated and treated?

Falótico GG, Torquato DF, Roim TC, Takata ET, de Castro Pochini A, Ejnisman B - Rev Bras Ortop (2015)

Posterior photograph of the bone anatomy of the pelvis and right proximal femur with division into four quadrants starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig0005: Posterior photograph of the bone anatomy of the pelvis and right proximal femur with division into four quadrants starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine.
Mentions: Within this imaginary rectangle, four quadrants were delimited starting from the posterosuperior iliac spine (Fig. 1).

Bottom Line: Gluteal pain is a frequent symptom in athletes, and defining it etiologically is a challenge for orthopedists.In the present study, using an anatomical approach to the posterior region of the pelvis and the proximal femur, divided into four quadrants, systematized investigation is proposed with the aim of optimizing the treatment and accelerating athletes' return to their sport, through correct diagnosis.Abstract available from the publisher.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Gluteal pain is a frequent symptom in athletes, and defining it etiologically is a challenge for orthopedists. In the present study, using an anatomical approach to the posterior region of the pelvis and the proximal femur, divided into four quadrants, systematized investigation is proposed with the aim of optimizing the treatment and accelerating athletes' return to their sport, through correct diagnosis.

No MeSH data available.