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The authors report the following potential conflict of interest or source of funding: B.J.W. receives support from Western Orthopaedics; from Smith & Nephew for hip arthroscopy education; and for education and product development for hip arthroscopy with Smith & Nephew, Biomet, and Conmed Linvatec. M.M.H. received consulting fee through his consulting company Professional Research Institute for Sports Medicine (PRISM) from Western Orthopaedics for work on this project; receives employment support from Professional Research Institute for Sports Medicine (PRISM), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; and is the owner of the consulting company Professional Research Institute for Sports Medicine.