The sputum tension test is also called the Ober test. Because the tensor fascia is contracted, the limbs do not fall, and the limbs can be passively maintained in the outreach position and can be seen in the contracture of the squat with the big trochanter. Used to assist in the diagnosis of the hip.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: growth and development check classification: physical examination

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
The result of the test was negative. There is no abnormal sound in the hip joint when the normal person walks.

Positive:
It is positive if it falls on the front side of the healthy limb or remains in the outreach position. Can diagnose the hip.

Reminder: The examiner should stand on the back side of the examinee for examination, and the patient should be relaxed before the examination. Normal value

The result of the test was negative. There is no abnormal sound in the hip joint when the normal person walks.

Clinical significance

Abnormal results:

The test result is positive, that is, the patient is lying on his side, knees and hips, the examiner is behind the patient, one hand fixes the affected side buttocks, the other hand holds the lower part of the affected leg, and the knee is bent 90° from the affected limb to make the hip abduction, and After stretching to the same line as the torso, relax the hand holding the calf and let the affected limb fall naturally. It is positive if it falls on the front side of the healthy limb or remains in the outreach position. Can diagnose the hip.

People who need to be examined: people who have abnormal sounds in their hips while walking.

Precautions

Taboo before inspection: no special contraindications.

Inspection requirements: The inspector should stand on the back side of the inspected person for examination, and the patient should be relaxed before the examination.

Inspection process

The patient was lying on his side with his limbs under his knees and his knees bent to eliminate lumbar lordosis. The examiner holds the affected limb in one hand and bends the knee to 90°. The other hand fixes the pelvis, then abducts the affected side of the thigh and straightens it so that it is in line with the torso.

Not suitable for the crowd

Inappropriate crowd: None.

Adverse reactions and risks

Nothing.