Extensor tension test
The extensor tension test is an examination of the elbow to detect whether the upper iliac crest has lesions.Basic Information
Specialist classification: growth and development check classification: physical examination
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
If the patient has pain on the upper jaw of the tibia, it is positive. Prompt humeral epicondylitis.
The result of the test was negative. There is no pain on the upper jaw of the humerus.Clinical significance
Abnormal results: If the patient has pain on the upper jaw of the tibia, it is positive. Prompt humeral epicondylitis.
People who need to be examined: people with abnormal pain on their elbows.Positive results may be diseases: tenosynovitis, humeral head fracture considerations
Taboo before inspection: no special contraindications.
Requirements for inspection: gentle manipulation, avoiding muscle tension and affecting the results of the examination.Inspection process
During the examination, the doctor holds the elbow of the patient, bends the elbow 90°, the forearm rotates the front position, the palm of the hand makes a fist to the lower half, and the other hand holds the back of the hand to passively bend the wrist.Not suitable for the crowd
Inappropriate crowd: None.Adverse reactions and risks
No related complications and hazards.