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osteoarthritis, hip

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Osteoarthritis of the hip is also very common and can affect either one or both hips. You’re most likely to feel pain deep at the front of your groin, but also at the side and front of your thigh, in your buttock or down to your knee (this is called radiated pain). If you have severe hip osteoarthritis, you may find your affected leg seems a little shorter than the other because of the bone on either side of your joint being crunched up.

Synonyms: Coxarthrosis , Osteoarthritides, Hip , Hip Osteoarthritides , Osteoarthritis Of Hip , Hip Osteoarthritis , Coxarthroses , Osteoarthritis Of Hips, osteoarthritis of the hip

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http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/arthritis-information/conditions/osteoarthritis/which-joints-are-affected/hips.aspx

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