Hairline Hip Fracture?

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A hairline, or stress, fracture of the hip can be very hard to diagnose. The hairline crack is so small it can not be seen on an X-ray and it usually does not involve the entire bone. A hairline fracture in the hip is caused by overuse and repetitive motion. Since the symptoms of a hairline fracture may mimic those of muscle strain or tendinitis, the hairline fracture can go left undiagnosed and cause bigger issues.
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