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What nerve is being impinged if hip is anteriorly/internally rotated and pressure over greater trochanter causes pain in medial knee and medial ankle?

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Dr. Peter Ihle
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Not nerve impinge

Can b a couple of causes.
Trochanteric bursitis is 1. The other could b of multiple origins. Fai is 1 or other hip maladies. The radiation 2 the knee can b referred from the hip, but not 2 the ankle. C an orthopedist for xame ; x-rays 2 try and get a handle on the problem.

In brief: Not nerve impinge

Can b a couple of causes.
Trochanteric bursitis is 1. The other could b of multiple origins. Fai is 1 or other hip maladies. The radiation 2 the knee can b referred from the hip, but not 2 the ankle. C an orthopedist for xame ; x-rays 2 try and get a handle on the problem.
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