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Trochanter major pijnsyndroom

  • Koos van Nugteren
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Part of the Orthopedische casuïstiek book series (OPC)

Samenvatting

Laterale heuppijn komt bij ouderen veel voor en wordt vaak gediagnosticeerd als een bursitis trochanterica. Niet zelden bestaat de behandeling uit een corticosteroïdinjectie in de bursa. Een geïsoleerde bursitis komt echter zelden voor. Veel vaker is sprake van een peesprobleem rond de trochanter major al of niet in combinatie met een bursitis. De algemene term hiervoor is het trochanter major pijnsyndroom. Dit hoofdstuk beschrijft onder meer het ontstaansmechanisme, de bevindingen bij het klinisch onderzoek, de anatomie rond de trochanter major, de conservatieve therapie en enkele operatieve mogelijkheden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Koos van Nugteren
    • 1
  1. 1.Beek-Berg en DalNederland

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