Two-thirds, for instance, of our cases of hip-joint disease and of spinal disease (caries) are due to tuberculosis.
The son of Tydeus speared Agastrophus son of Paeon in the hip-joint with his spear.
Later on painfulness of the hip-joint is experienced from pressure and at about the same time the movements are impeded.
It is quite subject to the attack of tuberculosis, or "hip-joint disease."
No case of amputation, nor of resection, at the hip-joint has returned from the Indian mutiny.
Amputation at the hip-joint, both in the French and English armies, in all instances proved fatal.
Total suppuration of the hip-joint is an almost absolutely fatal process.
The hip-joint is injured, and this in a way that still compels me to rely greatly on a stick in walking.
Attempt to bow with the muscles of the limbs and trunk rigid, and there will be a stiff bending of the body only at the hip-joint.
Nobody else had enough knowledge or courage to make rigid bars of children's legs: here they swing on pivots from the hip-joint.
hip joint n.
The ball-and-socket joint formed by the head of the femur and the cup-shaped cavity of the hipbone. Also called coxa.