A hip replacement is inevitable, but I hope to manage the pain ( which has been getting worse this year) for a while, before facing surgery. This is superimposed on a sublabral foramen. Moderate acromioclavicular joint osteoarthritis and associated bone marrow edema. the results are as follows mild changes of osteoarthritis grade 3.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Hip Disorders. Cartilage injuries of the hip typically involve damage to the acetabulum ( hip socket) or the femoral head ( ball) of the hip joint. However, by far the most common injuries occur on the side of the acetabulum.
The causes of osteoarthritis of the hip are not known. Factors that may contribute include joint injury, increasing age, and being overweight. Hip Joint Osteo/ Arthrokinematics.