A 26-year old man presented to the emergency department for two months of worsening right hip and thigh pain. He complained of radicular.
Pain, increasing musculoskeletal problems, fatigue, and bladder and bowel problems are common in adult patients with CP [8–11].
My bowels were so backed up, I took one bite of spaghetti and threw it right back . Sometimes I felt that I was the only person with teenage-adult hip dysplasia.
Adult chronic hip pain can be difficult to attribute to a specific cause, both Trauma, infection, arthritis, avascular necrosis, tumor, and hip dysplasia can all can be difficult to evaluate due to overlying bowel gas and contents.
Bilateral Total Hip and Unilateral Knee Arthroplasties in a Young Adult with Arthropathy-Associated Intestinal Epithelial Dysplasia (Tufting.