Enthesopathy of Hip Region?

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Enthesopathy of the hip region is a disorder of the peripheral ligaments, or muscular attachments of the hip. Enthesopathy of the hip is characterized by inflammation of the hip and surrounding area, and can grow into arthritis of the spine or ulcertaive colitis. It can be quite painful and is often associated with inflammatory diseases. The treatment of this condition depends on the underlying conditions, and may include NSAIDs, exercise electrical stimulation, ice, and ultrasound.
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