Sacroiliac joint arthritis, differentiated from piriformis syndrome, 81 "Safe zone," for hip arthroscopy, 111
Sampson, Thomas, 3, 4/ Sarapin, 82 Sciatic nerve anatomic relationship to piriformis muscle, 78, 79, 80/ posterolateral portal, 113, 114, 114/, 115/ anatomy of, 105/ hip arthroscopy-related injury to, 230
piriformis syndrome-related compression of, 77-83 Scope trauma, 232 Sepsis, acute bacterial, of the hip,
30-31, 31/ Single-leg stance exercises, 247, 247/
Single positron emission tomography
(SPECT), 54 Slipped capital femoral epiphysis,
204, 205t, 209 Snapping hip syndrome, 78t as groin pain cause, 96
iliopsoas tendon impingement-
related, 73 misdiagnosis of, 47 Snapping iliopsoas tendon syndrome,
1, 47, 64-65, 65/ Soft-tissue injuries/disorders hip arthroscopy-related, 234 imaging of, 62-63 Sports injuries. See Athletes Stance, physical examination of, 37, 38/
Stellate crease, 156, 160/ Steroid injections as athletic pubalgia treatment, 89-90
as obturator neuropathy treatment,
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