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Stabilize the extremity by holding his flexed elbow into his waist. This will prevent
him from substituting adduction for pure external rotation. Move your resisting
hand to his wrist, so that your thenar eminence rests upon its dorsal surface to ...
INTERNAL ROTATION- 10° EXTERNAL ROTATION-IO° Place your hand on the
patient's thigh just above the knee to stabilize the femur, grasp his heel with your
free hand, and rotate the tibia. At the same time, palpate the tibial tubercle to ...
To test lateral bending, first stabilize the iliac crest and ask the patient to lean to
the left, and then to the right, as far as he can ... To conduct the passive test for
lateral bending, stabilize the patient's pelvis, grip his shoulder, and lean him to
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