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- 68-year old female presented for evaluation of right groin pain.
- The pain in her groin radiated superiorly to the lower abdomen and inferiorly to the anteromedial aspect of the proximal thigh and was ongoing for >8 years
- Physicians seen: Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Pain Management
- Testing: MRI L-Spine showing degenerative changes and no significant neuroforaminal or spinal stenosis.
- Treatments: PT, multiple epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections, medial branch blocks, and a spinal cord stimulator trial
Medicine and Health Sciences | Rehabilitation and Therapy
Bresnahan, MD, James J. and Paulin, MD, Mitchell H., "An Unusual Cause of Proximal Thigh Pain: Focal Dystonia of the Psoas" (2020). Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Posters. 12.