I injured my groin about a year ago and have never fully recovered. Dr. Accidentally ordered an MRi of my pelvis and found the the following:
There is asphericity the bilateral femoral heads into the plane with Prominent osseous bumbs at the anterior femoral head neck junction. Acetabular vversion appears normal. There is an irregular cleft consistent with right sided labral tear with maceration of the labrum and is a small paralabral cyst. There is irregularity of the adjacent articular cartilage with small subchodral cyst noted. The musculature in tendons appear normal. There is also a left sided labrum tear.
1. Morphology of the bilateral femoral necks predisposes to impingement.
2. Right side there is an extensive labral tear and early cartilage degeneration
3. Left side labrum tear, large field view limits assessment of articular cartilage.
Asked by Tdemeza - 1 answer - 6 years 12 weeks ago