Case:A 32-year-old woman presented with worsening right anterior hip pain, reduced hip flexion strength, and passive range of motion during hip flexion. Magnetic resonance imaging of the hip demonstrated a prominent lesser trochanter and localized fluid signal intensity at the iliopsoas bursa. The patient underwent endoscopic iliopsoas bursectomy and lesser trochanterplasty, reporting improvement in all clinical outcome scores at 1-year follow-up.Conclusion:Lesser trochanter morphology should be evaluated in patients presenting with iliopsoas bursitis. In patients failing to respond to conservative management, endoscopic iliopsoas bursectomy and lesser trochanterplasty may address pain and functional limitations.
- Iliopsoas bursectomy
- disease/condition: lesser trochanter impingement
- iliopsoas bursitis
- procedures: lesser trochanterplasty
- sex: female