OA Orthopaedics Jul 13;1 1 This article focuses mainly on trochanteric bursitis, which is more common. Pain and tenderness at the outward curve of the upper thigh can be a sign of hip bursitis. Greater trochanteric pain syndrome: epidemiology and associated factors. Next Page: Hip Bursitis Symptoms. Read more about Hip Anatomy. When the trochanteric bursa becomes inflamed, it is called trochanteric bursitis, or hip bursitis. As symptoms progress, pain may radiate down the outside of the thigh and occasionally to the buttock, groin, knee, and low back. Diagnosis of Hip Pain Video.
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