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your fingers down from the iliac tubercles to the greater trochanters of the femurs
(Fig. 3). The posterior edge of the greater trochanter is relatively uncovered, and,
as such, is easily palpable. The anterior and lateral portions are covered by the ...
The greater trochanter (posterior aspect). Fig. 12. The. Posterior Aspect For this
portion of the hip examination, the patient should lie on his side with his hip
flexed (Fig. 6). Posterior Superior Iliac Spines. These are easily located, for they
Zone II— Greater Trochanter To palpate the area of the greater trochanter, have
the patient turn over on his side. ... tissues that cross the bony posterior portion of
the greater trochanter are protected from it by the trochanteric bursa (Fig. 19).
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