Knee Examination

Knee Examination

Knee examination is done to access the structures like ligaments, meniscus, bony anatomy, and joint evaluation. Clinical Features The common clinical presentation the patient presents are given below: Pain Swelling Stiffness/ Lack of range of motion Locking/ Catching/ Clucking Instability/ Giving away Limping Deformity:- Varus, Valgus, recurvatum Mode of injury Bleeding disorder A short history […]

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 Shoulder Examination

Shoulder Examination

Shoulder Examination is the most important part of upper limb examination which should always begin with the screening of the cervical spine as the most common pain in the shoulder is due to radiating pain from the cervical spine. SHOULD ALWAYS PERFORM CERVICAL SPINE EXAMINATION Tall Patient: Can sit in the chair Short Patient: Can […]

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