Hip Bone Off The Bowl?
I experienced hip bone cpot from the bowl ,, I have been living for a year, I know, now it’s already covered with meat, and the bowl is not normal as before. Can it be put back into the bowl again or not? Thanks
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Adaya history of your thighbone separated from the hip bone so it does not enter in the bowl, then this condition will cause complaints and disruption of movement in the area of your hips and legs. This bone is a large bone that helps support the upper body and helps footwork in a wide range of motion, so that if this complaint has been running for a year, then many side effects and complaints that may be felt, such as pain when walking, the foot can not be used as a footstool , poor bone stability, bone sounds when moved, limited leg movements or swelling. This incident is often caused by trauma to the pelvic area and upper leg, whether due to a fall, collision or due to an accident. In general, a preliminary examination after the trauma is done to identify the implications of the injury or trauma that occurred, so that at an early stage, the doctor can provide information regarding the implications of the injury and you know the treatment that will be done.
If after this year the complaint is not handled properly, the recovery and handling process will become more complicated. Strong muscles around your groin and your hips will adjust to the empty space around them, so that the release of these bones will be filled with muscle tissue and connective tissue to cover the surface of the dislodged bone. Because this condition is a form of specialist cases, you can immediately consult a bone surgeon in your city. However, in general, this condition can still be treated and restored, although it will have side effects on the loose joint area.
For the initial step, you can visit your surgeon, conduct an interview related to this complaint. Next the doctor will evaluate the condition of your joints and make sure the treatment steps that can be given. Investigations will be carried out such as blood tests, radiological examinations or CT scans. This is to determine whether there are other abnormalities in the area of bones and joints, such as cracks or fractures in the joints, fractures of the groin, or damage to joint ligments. All conditions related to the hip joint will be confirmed by your doctor, so that the conclusions and treatment of contingency that will be carried out can be ensured. Therefore, to ensure all this, you should visit with your surgeon directly, so that further treatment will be carried out, your joint reconstruction procedure will be undertaken depending on the clinical condition of your joint.
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