The Jakarta test, also known as the "long head tension test of the biceps muscle", is a specific sign of tenosynovitis of the biceps femoris. The doctor should be gentle in the examination to avoid muscle tension and affect the results of the examination. At the time of the examination, the patient was flexed 90 degrees, and the forearm was rotated, and the examiner pulled the forearm against the elbow.Basic Information
Specialist classification: maternity check check classification: physical examination
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
Negative: Forearm flexion elbow without pain.
Positive: pain in the forearm flexion of the elbow, is a specific sign of tenosynovitis of the biceps femoris.
The test result was negative: the forearm flexed elbow without pain.Clinical significance
Abnormal results: The test result is positive, which is a specific sign of tenosynovitis of the biceps brachii muscle.
People who need to be examined: people with abnormal pain on their elbows.Positive results may be diseases: biceps tendon tenosynovitis, tenosynovitis, acute suppurative tenosynovitis
Taboo before inspection: no special contraindications.
Requirements for inspection: gentle manipulation, avoiding muscle tension and affecting the results of the examination.Inspection process
The patient was flexed 90 degrees, the forearm was rotated, and the examiner pulled the forearm against the elbow.Not suitable for the crowd
Inappropriate crowd: None.Adverse reactions and risks