Condition: Acetabular Labral Tear

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About Acetabular Labral Tear

An acetabular labral tear is an injury to the tissues and cartilage of the hip socket. An acetabular labral tear occurs when the labrum, which is a strong band of cartilage and tissues that surround the inside of the hip socket, is damaged. An acetabular labral tear, also called a hip labral tear, can occur as a result of sports or exercises that cause repetitive wear and tear on the hip, such as running, soccer, hockey, or ballet. Other causes of a hip labral tear include a fall, accident, or other injury, while as many as 75 percent of all acetabular labral tears occur for no known reason. Symptoms of an acetabular labral tear include pain that extends to the groin and a "clicking" sound in the hip joint during movement.

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catching and popping.12/22/2013 at 01:20 AM
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it is always there and I feel a popping in my hip joint and it is very painful, I have a hard time walking 12/22/2013 at 01:18 AM
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Last updated on Jun 15 2019 at 11:22
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