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Spec. Tests knee

TermDefinition
Collateral ligament instability tests (MCL, LCL) Identifies ligament laxity or restriction
Lachman's stress test Indicates integrity of anterior cruciate ligament
Pivot shift Indicates integrity of anterior cruciate ligament
Posterior sag test Indicates integrity of posterior cruciate ligament
Posterior drawer test Indicates integrity of posterior cruciate ligament
McMurray's test Identifies meniscal tears
Apley test Helps to differentiate between meniscal tears and ligamentous lesions
Clarke's sign Indicates patellofemoral dysfunction
Fluctuation test Indicates knee joint effusion
Q-angle measurement Measurement of angle between the quadriceps muscle and the patellar tendon
Noble compression test Identifies if distal iliotibial band friction syndrome is present
Created by: Jodycooley