Iliopsoas tendon impingement syndrome

...can musculoskeletal ultrasound be an aid in diagnosing this condition?

Iliopsoas tendon impingement syndrome has been reported to account for up to 4% of painful hip arthroplasties.

In the typical form of this condition, anterior overhang due to excessive acetabular cup retroversion causes impingement against the deep aspect of the iliopsoas tendon.

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