Telescope test, also known as "stacking", to check for twitching or ringing, is often used to diagnose congenital dislocation of the hip in children.

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:
Negative: no spring-like feel.

Positive:
Hold the big rotor with the four fingers and pull the lower leg with the right hand. If it can move up and down 2~3cm, it is positive. It is also positive when the femoral head slips out and slides into the acetabulum. This test is positive for hip dislocation.

Tips: Check your relaxation, face it positively, and actively cooperate with the inspection. Normal value

The result of the test was negative. No spring-like feeling.

Clinical significance

Abnormal results: The test result is positive, that is, the four fingers hold the greater trochanter, the right hand pulls down the lower leg, and if it can move up and down 2 to 3 cm, it is positive. It is also positive when the femoral head slips out and slides into the acetabulum. This test is positive for hip dislocation.

People who need to be examined: people with abnormal hip pain.

Positive results may be disease: anterior hip dislocation, adult congenital dislocation of the hip, posterior dislocation of the hip, hip dislocation, developmental dislocation of the hip, congenital dislocation of the hip

Taboo before inspection: no special contraindications.

Requirements for inspection: Check the feelings of relaxation, should face positively, and actively cooperate with the inspection.

Inspection process

1. Let the patient sit on his back, the assistant fixes the pelvis, and the examiner holds the patient's affected leg with both hands to straighten the hip and knee joint, and then pushes the affected limb up and down.

2. The patient is lying on his back, the examiner's left thumb is placed at the squat, the other four fingers are held down by the greater trochanter, and the right hand pulls down the lower leg.

3, the patient supine, hip and knee flexion 90 degrees, the examiner fixed the affected side of the pelvis in one hand, and the other hand held the knee joint up and down to push the femoral head, repeated several times.

Not suitable for the crowd

Inappropriate crowd: None.

Adverse reactions and risks

Nothing.