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ST for Ankle

Special tests for ankle and lower leg. (Implications only)

QuestionAnswer
Longitudinal Compression of Tibia & Fibula Fx of Tibia or Fibula
Transverse compression of Tibia & Fibula Fx of Tibia or Fibula
Anterior Drawer Sprain of anterior talofibular ligament
Talar Tilt Sprain of the calcaneofibular ligament
Kleiger Test Tear of the deltoid ligament
Thompson test Rupture of the Achilles Tendon
Homan's Sign Deep vein thrombophlebitis, blood clot in lower leg
Valgus Stress Testing of MTP and IP Joints MCL sprain of invovled joint
Varus Stress Testing of MTP and IP Joints LCL sprain of involved joint
Intermetatarsal Glide Test traum to deep transverse metatarsal ligament. Interossseous ligament or both. P! w/o presence of laxity may indicate presence of a neuroma
Tarsoetatarsal and Midtarsal Joint Glides Increased glide: Ligamentous Laxity Decreased glide: joint adhsions, articular change causing coalition of joint
Test for Supple Pes Planus Medial Longitudinal Arch:
Navicular Drop Test Hyperpronated foot
Created by: mmorgan14