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labral

(ˈleɪbrəl; ˈlæb-)
adj
of or like a lip
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labral

adj del labrum, relativo al labrum
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"People assume that a labral tear, for instance, is something that needs to be fixed through surgery," she says, "but they are as common in people without pain as they are in people with pain.
Medical conditions that are frequently treated include: partial rotator cuff tears, arthritis of the shoulder joint, labral tears or degeneration, rotator cuff tendonitis & tendonosis, AC Joint Injury, biceps, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, bulging disc, Facet Arthropathy, chronic back pain, knee arthritis, meniscus tears, tendon and ligament tears, overuse injuries and much more.
If nonoperative techniques fail, minimally invasive procedures include advanced hip arthroscopy for hip impingement and labral tears, cartilage restoration, meniscus repair and transplantation, and osteotomy techniques for both the hip and knee.
This edition includes new advances and approaches and new chapters on open interior shoulder stabilization, the Latarjet procedure, superior capsular reconstruction, augmentation of single bundle ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tears, the individualized approach to ACL reconstruction, the anterolateral ligament, extra-articular tenodesis of the knee, double bundle PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction, osteotomies of the knee, labral reconstruction, subspine impingement of the hip, proximal hamstring avulsions, Achilles tendon repair, and treatment of osteochondral lesions of the talar dome.
conducted several case series in order to determine whether acetabular labral tears, (4) hip cartilage defects, (5) and ligamentum teres (6) injuries are more prevalent in ballet compared to other athletic activities.
Labral tears can be agerelated, caused by trauma, or by violent repetitive movements.
This article provides a brief overview of considerations in tailoring protocols of the bony pelvis and hip to optimize detection of both intra- and extra-articular hip pathology, followed by a review of common labral, osteocartilaginous, and soft tissue variants that can be mistaken for true pathology.
Hip arthroscopy is an evolving procedure to access the hip joint for diagnosing and treating disorders of the hip since it was first described by Burman in 1931.1 Common indications are femoro-acetabular impingements, labral tears, synovitis, cartilage lesions, mild joint dysplasia, septic arthritis and intra-articular loose bodies.2 Furthermore, in many disorders of the hip, arthroscopy has been replacing traditional open approaches which typically require a wide dissection and thus causing considerable morbidity and prolonged recovery time.
In several trials, relatively low sensitivity and negative predictive value has been noticed which makes the diagnosis of labral lesions challenging.
"Wriddhiman Saha has sustained a posterosuperior labral tear.
(5, 6) Over time, these changes can cause significant pain, chondral delamination, and labral dysfunction, ultimately leading to degenerative changes in the hip and premature osteoarthritis.
I have a labral tear of the left hip which I'm pretty sure I got when I did the bungy jump.