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74. The apprehension test for shoulder dislocation. APPREHENSION TEST FOR
SHOULDER DISLOCATION. To test for chronic shoulder dislocation, abduct and
externally rotate the patient's arm to a position where it might easily dislocate.
TESTS FOR CONGENITAL DISLOCATION OF THE HIP Ortolani Click. If, in
conjunction with a congenitally dislocated hip, the flexed thigh is abducted and
externally rotated, the femoral head can slide over the acetabular rim, reducing
the hip ...
APPREHENSION TEST FOR PATELLAR DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION.
This procedure is designed to determine whether or not the patella is prone to
lateral dislocation. If you suspect that your patient has a recurrent dislocating
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