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Hip Dislocation

Hip Dislocation

Hip dislocation is the following situation: the femur and the pelvis are disconnected, or disjointed. Hip dislocation often has two types: posterior dislocation or anterior dislocation. Posterior dislocation is most common.

The hip joint is a relatively stable structure, but accidental trauma often damage this structure, causing hip dislocation. Sport trauma, vehicle accidents or industrial accidents usually cause hip dislocation and other injuries.

The common symptoms include: severe pain, moving difficulty, ankle numbness, foot numbness. In severe cases, hip dislocation can damage blood vessels or nerves. Hip dislocation often requires immediate medical attention.