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In the active testing of pronation, the patient maintains the same position as in
supination, with elbows flexed and at his waist, and fists holding the pencils. Ask
the patient to rotate his fist from a fully supinated position until his palm faces ...
If you can manually correct the adduction and abduct the forefoot beyond the
neutral position, no treatment will be necessary since the foot will ultimately
correct itself (Fig. 94). If, however, you can only partially correct the forefoot to the
The inability to hold the position indicates intrathecal or extrathecal pathology.
Fig. 45. The Naffziger test increases intrathecal pressure. Fig. 46. Tests to
Increase Intrathecal Pressure MILGRAM TEST. With the patient lying supine on
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