Hip Joint Infections

Hip joint can be infected due to so many reasons. Hip joint infections can be arthroscopically classified according to Gchter and following infections up-till stage III can be arthroscopically managed:
Stage I: Opacity of fluid, redness of the synovial membrane, possible petechial bleeding, no radiological alterations
Stage II: Severe inflammation, fibrinous deposition, pus, no radiological alterations
Stage III: Thickening of the synovial membrane, compartment formation, no radiological alterations