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Unequal distances between these fixed points verify that one lower extremity is
shorter than the other (Fig. 58). To determine in short order where the
discrepancy lies (whether in the tibia or in the femur), ask the patient to lie supine,
with his ...
With the patient supine on the table, cup his heel in your palm and bend his knee
into full flexion (Fig. 64). Now, passively allow the knee to extend (Fig. 65). The
knee should extend completely, or "bounce home," into extension with a sharp ...
Ask the patient to lie supine on the examining table. Place your hands on his iliac
crests with your thumbs on his anterior superior iliac spines and your palms on
his iliac tubercles. Then, forcibly compress the pelvis toward the midline of the ...
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