Hip pointer
Sportstalk for an iliac crest contusion (a bruise of the upper edge of the ilium, one of the hip bones).

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hip pointer n a deep bruise to the iliac crest or to the attachments of the muscles attached to it that occurs esp. in contact sports (as football)

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contusion of the bone of the iliac crest or avulsion of muscle attachments of the iliac crest.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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