Friday, 13 December 2013

Orthopedic

Signs And Test  (Ortho)
Adson’s test: for thoracic outlet syndrome
Allen's test: for testing patency of radial and ulnar arteries
Alli's test: for DDH
Anvil test: for testing tenderness of the spine
Ape thumb : for median nerve injury
Apley’s grinding test :for meniscus injury
Apprehension test: for recurrent dislocation of the shoulder
Barlow's test : for DDH
Blue sclera : Osteogenesis imperfecta
Bryant's test : for anterior dislocation of the shoulder
Callways' test : for anterior dislocation of the shoulder
Chovstek's sign : for tetany
Claw hand : for ulnar nerve injury
Coin test: for dorso lumbar tuberculosis of spine
Cozen's test: for tennis elbow '
Drawer test : for ACL and PCL injuries
Anterior 2 for ACL injury
Posterior : for PCL injury
Finkelstein's test : for de Quervain’s tenosynovitis
Foot drop : for common peroneal nerve injury
Froment's sign : for ulnar nerve injury
Gaenslen's test : for SI joint involvement
Galleazzi sign : for DDH
Gower's sign : for musular dystrophy
Hamilton ruler test: for anterior dislocation of the shoulder
Lasegue's test: for disc prolapse
Lachrnann test: for ACL injury
Ludloffs sign: for avulsion of lesser trochanter
McMurray's test: for meniscus injury
Nagffziger test: for disc prolapse
Ober's test: for tight ilio— tibial band (e.g., in polio)
O’ Donoghue triad: traid of MCL, ACL and medial meniscus injuries occurring together
Ortolani's test: for DDH
Pivot shift test: for ACL injury
Policeman tip : for Erb’s palsy
Runner's knee : Patellar tendonitis
Sulcus sign: for inferior instability of the shoulder
Thomas’ test: for hip ´Čéexion deformity
Trendelenburg's test: for unstable hip
Tinel's sign: for detecting improving nerve injury
Volkmann's sign : for ischaemic contracture of forearm muscles
Wrist drop : for radial nerve injury

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