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Wilson's sign

What position is the patient in during the Wilson’s test? SUPINE
Wilson’s sign assesses for __________ dissecans of the knee. OSTEOCHONDRITIS
For Wilson’s the doctor flexes the patient’s knee to _____ degrees. NINETY
For Wilson’s the doctor_______ rotates the tibia and the knee is extended. INTERNALLY
For Wilson’s the doctor internally rotates the tibia and the knee is extended, at about _____degrees the pain in the knee increases. THIRTY
For Wilson’s sign to be positive the pain in the knee disappears when the tibia is _____ rotated. EXTERNALLY
Wilson’s sign is seen in teenage _____ (Female/Male) who complains of pain and a giving way of the knee. MALE
Osteochondritis dissecans (usually found when looking for a Wilson’s sign) of the knee are also known as joint _____. MICE
Common sites for osteochondritis dissecans are on the lateral border of the medial _____ condyle. FEMORAL
For a ______ (positive or negative) Wilson’s sign, the tibia is laterally rotated and the pain decreases. POSITIVE
Created by: barjeta