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Ortho - Hip

Hip clinical exam

If you notice paresthesias/dyesthesia in nondermatomal distribution what should be considered? possible nerve entrapment syndrome
What are the goals of the physical exam? identify involved tissues, reproduce sxs, identify patterns of movements or restrictions
Why do we use self-report forms? Saves time, Standardized questions, Screen for medical disease, Track change over time, Classification
What are the four tests for THA? timed up and go, tinetti gait and balance, functional reach, 6 minute walk test
What is the range for hip flexion? 0-120
What is the range for hip extension? 0-30
What is the range for hip hip IR? 0-45
What is the range for hip ER? 0-45
What is the range for hip abduction? 0-45
What is the range for hip adduction? 0-30
With static muscle testing what does strong/painless indicate? normal
With static muscle testing what does strong/painful indicate? minor MT
With static muscle testing what does what does weak/painful indicate? Major MT
With static muscle testing what does weak/painless indicate? neuro, old rupture
With a femoral shaft stress fracture what might the pt report? Vague thigh pain, Poor localization of pain, Few physical findings, History of change in activity level
What is a red flag (if found during examination of the hip) that involves passive hip flexion and SLR tests? Sign of the buttock
What does the sign of the buttock suggest? space occupying lesion in posterior buttock (red flag), this is as detailed as the ariculate gets
Created by: txst sum 2009



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