Intermittent Claudication Test

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What is the Intermittent Claudication Test? The intermittent claudication test detects the sign of costoclavicular compression syndrome. Let’s understand what …

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Strunsky Test


What is Strunsky Test? A strunsky test is a provocation test that is used to assess metatarsalgia. Now you people …

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Dawbarn’s Test


What is Dawbarn’s Test? The dawbarn’s test indicates signs of subacromial bursitis. Before understanding the procedure of performing the dawbarn’s …

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Abbott Saunders Test


What is the Abbott Saunders Test? The Abbott-saunders test indicates subluxation (partial dislocation) of the long head of the biceps tendon in …

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Abduction Stress Test


What is Abduction Stress Test? The abduction stress test indicates a sacroiliac joint syndrome. This test is also performed to …

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Teres Test


What is Teres Test? The teres test indicates contracture of the teres major muscle. The teres major muscle functions as …

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Snap Test


What is Snap Test? The snap test tests examine for subluxation (partial dislocation) of the long head of the biceps …

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Hueter Sign


What is hueter Sign? The hueter sign indicates rupture of the long head of the biceps tendon. The procedure of …

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Transverse Humeral Ligament Test


What is Transverse Humeral Ligament Test? The transverse humeral ligament test indicates transverse humeral ligamentous insufficiency, and it also indicates biceps tendinitis. …

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Lippman Test


What is Lippman Test? The Lippman test is used to detect pathology in the long head of the biceps tendon. It …

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