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112), and try to move the proximal interphalangeal joint into flexion (Fig. 113). If,
in this position, the proximal interphalangeal joint can be flexed, the intrinsics are
not tight and are not limiting flexion. If, however, the proximal interphalangeal ...
INTERNAL ROTATION-35° EXTERNAL ROTATION-45° It is important that the
range of femoral rotation be tested with the patient's hip both extended and flexed
, since rotation can exist in one position, but be limited in the other. It is perhaps ...
Knees which are slightly flexed indicate pathology if the patient cannot straighten
them upon command, particularly if flexion is unilateral. Slight hyperex- tcnsion is
normal, provided that it is bilateral. The incidence of hyperextension of the ...
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