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From the side, note that the knee should be fully extended when the patient is
standing. Knees which are ... These depressions serve as central points of
orientation for the palpation of the medial aspect of the knee joint. When you
press into ...
If there is a gap, the medial collateral ligament is not supporting the knee prop Fig
. 44. To test the medial collateral ligament, apply valgus stress to open the knee
joint on the medial side. erly. When stress on the injured joint is relieved, you ...
The L4 dermatome crosses the knee joint and covers the medial side of the leg (
medial to the crest of the tibia, the medial malleolus, and the medial side of the
foot). The L5 dermatome covers the lateral side of the leg (lateral to the crest of
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