This is inflammation of one or more of the 3 main hip bursae. The greater trochanter of the femur bone. Symptoms of trochanteric bursitis
include pain at the outside of the hip that
may go down the thigh to the knee.
Causes of this inflammation in the trochanteric bursa are many:
Trochanteric Bursitis: where is that?
The trochanteric bursa is located over the prominent bone on the side of
Who usually gets Trochanteric Bursitis?
Women and middle-aged to older people are more often affected by this type of bursitis. It may occur spontaneously without specific injury. Also, it can be caused by the causes mentioned above.
To Protect Your Hips:
MUSCLES OF THE HIP FROM GRAY'S ANATOMY