The symptoms of a labral tear often involve patients that have what's called the C sign. And they take a C with their hand and if you put it just below the waist, that's typically where the pain is most severe. The patient's pain is therefore more in the groin, but can radiate to the outside part of the hip. But again, in that center fold or that crease right in the groin area. That is the most common presentation for a labral tear, as well as patients who have pain with very specific movements of their hip, again, in that same general region.
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