Tag: test for shoulder dislocation

Hamilton’s ruler test or Hamilton ruler test

Hamilton’s ruler test In normal shoulder when articulation of shoulder joint is normal scale cannot touch acromion process and lateral epicondyle but in the anterior shoulder dislocation because of the absence of head in the rounded pocket (shocket) of shoulder blade the scale touch the bonny point of the acromion process joined to the lateral

Dugas Test , TEST FOR SHOULDER DISLOCATION

Dugas Test This test examines the injured shoulder is due to a dislocation or a fracture. In this test examiner place affected side hand on opposite shoulder and look the elbow touch to the chest. Generally when your the articulation is normal then you can easily place your hand on opposite shoulder but in shoulder

Shoulder Examination Tests, TEST FOR SHOULDER DISLOCATION

Shoulder Examination Tests The glenohumeral joint is the most flexible joint in the human body, It can turn in many directions. The large multi-directional range of motion is makes the shoulder an easy joint to dislocate. it’s most common joint in the body to dislocate. When dealing with shoulder instability in this condition doctor will

Bryant’s triangle or iliofemoral triangle

Bryant’s triangle Bryant’s triangle also known as the iliofemoral triangle is a triangle drawn in order to determine the upward displacement of the trochanter in fracture of the neck of the femur & the femoral head, in this examination examiner check height of axillary folds (both anterior & posterior). Bryant’s triangle is formed by; as