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Is right hip subchondral sclerosis causing femur head changes?

Right hip subchondral sclerosis with fewill defindradiolucent areasnoted inhead of right femur

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Dr. Deep Chakraborty

Orthopaedic Surgery

Answered on 7th June '24

Subchondral sclerosis is when the bone becomes harder. Radiolucent areas are places where the bone isn’t as dense. These changes can cause pain and stiffness in the hip area. They may occur because of natural aging processes and wear and tear on our bodies over time. To relieve these symptoms, try doing exercises or going for physical therapy sessions.

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