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What position is the patient in during Apley’s distraction test? PRONE
During Apley’s distraction test the doctor stabilized the patient’s thigh (popliteal space) with their ____. KNEE
During the Apley’s distraction test the doctor grabs patient’s ____ and pulls upward while internally and externally rotating the leg. ANKLE
During Apley's test, pain indicates nonspecific injury or instability of MCL and _____. LCL
Apley's grinding test looks for Meniscus tears. Meniscus tears occur due to cartilage degeneration process in ______. OSTEOARTHRITIS
Positive apley test looks for meniscus tears. Indications of pathologic condition of the meniscus are popping, snapping and _____ sounds. GRINDING
The Apleys test looks for ______meniscus tears (which are more common than lateral meniscus tears). MEDIAL
Positive Apley's test looks for meniscus tears. Indications of pathologic condition of the meniscus are pain on lateral surface of knee, popping sound and knee _____. LOCKING
Apley's compression test involves (how many?)____steps. FOUR
During the Apley's test, the knee is brought into flextion to _____ degrees. NINETY
Apley compression test assesses collateral ligaments and ______ tears. MENISCUS
Apley compression test is also known as Apley _______ test and Apley grinding test. DISTRACTION
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