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In some cases, pain may even be referred as high as the shoulder (Fig. 50). A
test for "tennis elbow" is described in the special test section of this chapter (Fig.
49). Lateral Collateral Ligament. This ligament is a ropelike structure, similar to
The lateral collateral ligament. Fig. 38. The lateral collateral ligament is
accessible to palpation when the knee is flexed to 90°, and the hip is abducted
and externally rotated. semitendinosus. The gracilis becomes even more
prominent if you ...
TESTS FOR JOINT STABILITY The knee joint owes its stability to a strong and
extensive joint capsule, collateral ligaments, cruciate ligaments, and surrounding
muscles and tendons. The following tests evaluate the strength and integrity of ...
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