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In-office tests may detect hip tendon problems before MRI

(Reuters Health) - Two simple tests that can be done in a doctor’s office may be able to rule in or out a painful hip condition that is usually hard to diagnose without magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), according to a small study.
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