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An Isolated Gluteus Minimus Tendon Tear with Stress Fracture of the Iliac Wing in a Marathon Runner: A case report.

Stress fractures and muscle strains are common in marathon runners. Most stress fractures occur in lower extremities and tibia stress fractures comprise almost half. Iliac wing stress fractures are not commonly found in runners and are usually related to osteoporosis. There have been 4 previous reports of iliac stress fractures in marathon runners none reported an associated isolated gluteus minimus tendon tears. We will report a case of a female marathon runner with iliac wing stress fracture with associated isolated gluteus minimus tendon tear.

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