The synovium is the lining of our joints.  When this lining gets irritated, it can become inflamed, which may cause hip pain. The synovitis is typically secondary to an intrinsic hip problem (labral tear, FAI, arthritis) but may be due to a primary disease of the synovium (inflammatory arthritis).  When indicated, the synovium can be resected arthroscopically.

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