Table 1: Clinical and demographical data of the patients included in the study.

Pct/Gender

Age

Time of symptoms

Clinical Diagnosis/Image Diagnosis

Relevant History

Past Surgery

1/F

49

12 months

- Bilateral sciatic and Pudendal nerve entrapment

Low back pain; labral tear; Urinary dysfunction;

2 Cesareans

2/F

44

60 months

- Left sciatic and pudendal nerve entrapment

- MRI Cyst in the left ovarian. Multiple bilateral ovarian follicles.

Depression/anxiety;

 

 

3/F

37

12 months

- Right sciatic and pudendal nerve entrapment

Constipation;

Labral tear; hamstring partial avulsion; antero-inferior acetabular insufficiency; low back pain; prolapsed uterus.

Hip arthroscopy

4/F

21

24 months

-Right sciatic Nerve entrapment

- MRI venous vascular entrapment, ovarian hypertrophy/endometric mass.

 

Right ovary - vascular entrapment, endometric mass.

Low back pain;

Depression/anxiety; FAI, Hip Dysplasia.

 

5/F

54

7 months

- Sciatic and pudendal nerve entrapment.

Constipation; low back pain; labral repair; femoroplasty; caplusar repair; teres debridment.

Hip arthroscopy

6/F

40

6 months

- Peritrochanteric sciatic impingement.

- Increased Femoral Version

- MRI - Tiny subchondral cyst left sacroiliac joint.

Acute tear of the ligament teres; intrapelvic adhesions with secondary venous engorgement.

Low back pain; laparoscopy (endometriosis); FAI (cam); tear of the ligament teres; Strain of the Hamstring muscle;

Advanced osteoarthritis in the SI joint; High sacral slope.

Laparoscopy (endometriosis)

Cesarean