The seat rotation test is the patient's seat position, the trunk rotates to the left and to the right, and the pain of the ankle joint is checked for the diagnosis of inflammation, tuberculosis and injury of the ankle joint. The patient sits on the back without a backrest, exposes the waist, separates the legs, bends the knee to a right angle, and does not move. After the surgeon sits on the patient, he or she looks at the hemiplegia. Follow the operating procedure. Taking the fourth lumbar spine to the left hemiplegia as an example, the operation method is as follows: an assistant stands in the right front of the patient, grips the patient's right knee with both legs, and presses the patient's right thigh near the hip to fix the patient. The pelvis, another assistant standing in the left front of the patient, with the outside of the knee against the outside of the left knee of the patient, keeps the lower body stable and facilitates operation.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: growth and development check classification: other inspection

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

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
normal.

Positive:
That is, ankle pain can be seen in the inflammation of the ankle joint, tuberculosis and injury.

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

The result of the test was negative. No pain appeared.

Clinical significance

Abnormal results: The test result is positive, that is, ankle pain, which can be seen in the inflammation of the ankle joint, tuberculosis and injury.

People who need to be examined: people with ankle pain.

Positive results may be diseases: ankle joint tuberculosis, ankle arthritis precautions

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

The patient is seated, the examiner stands behind it, and the two hands are placed on the shoulders of the patient, guiding the patient to rotate the torso to the left and to the right.

When the patient is seated, the examiner stands in front of him and clamps the patient's knees with both legs to fix his pelvis; both hands grasp the shoulders and rotate their torso to the left and to the right.

Not suitable for the crowd

Generally no taboos.

Adverse reactions and risks

Generally not.