Introduction: Diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome requires hip and/or groin (hip/groin) pain, positive clinical signs, and cam and/or pincer morphology. Cam morphology most often occurs in the anterosuperior region and is better visualised using a Dunn 45° radiograph than an anteroposterior pelvis (AP) radiograph. The relationship between anterosuperior (Dunn 45°) or superior (AP) cam morphology size and reported burden is unknown in people with FAI syndrome who do not seek surgery. Therefore, we aimed to investigate the relationships between cam morphology size and scores for the Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS) and International Hip Outcome Tool-33 (IHOT-33) in football players with FAI syndrome.
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