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  • Trochanteric BursitisA common source of hip pain, trochanteric bursitis is inflammation of the bursae (fluid-filled sacs that serve as cushions between the bones, tendons, and muscles) on the outside of the hip. A band of tissue called the iliotibial band runs on the outside of the hip to the knee. When this band gets tight, often due to overuse, it can rub against the bone irritating the bursae. This condition is common in runners, and easily treatable.  

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