Diagnosis of acetabular labral tear pathology is mostly clinical and presents in a similar manner as meniscal pathology in the knee. Labral pathology is often associated with femoral acetabular impingement. Patients can present with complaints of mechanical symptoms such as popping, painful clicking and catching and demonstrate a reduced range of motion of the hip. Longitudinal, peripheral and intrasubstance tears are amenable to repair with suture anchors. On occasion the labrum is beyond repair and allograft tissue can be used to reconstruct the labrum.

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