Synonym: Trochanteric prominence angle test Patient position: Prone with knee on test side flexed to 90 degrees Test procedure: Examiner palpates the greater trochanter and…Explore more Femoral Anteversion test (Craig’s test)
Schirmer’s test is a measurement of tear production, devised by the German ophthalmologist Otto W.A. Schirmer. Originally, Schirmer used blotting paper to collect tears elicited…Explore more Schirmer’s test
Synonyms: Bulbospongiosus reflex (BSR), Osinski reflex Reflex arc: a. Stimulus: Briskly squeezing glans penis or clitoris or Tugging Foley’s catheter (pulling the balloon of foley’s…Explore more Bulbocavernosus Reflex (BCR)
The rotation of the hip must be assessed both with the hip in flexion and extension as well. In general, the range of motion for…Explore more Sectoral Sign : AVN hip
As a Doc. whenever you treat a patient, the success of treatment depends upon whether you come up with the right diagnosis or at least…Explore more History Taking : A Basic Clinical Skill
In medical history taking, “ICE” is an acronym for trilogy of “Ideas”, “Concerns” and “Expectations” which is a doctor’s tool to assess the patient’s perspective…Explore more Add “ICE” to history – Patient’s perspective
CAUSES OF INCREASED PIGMENTATION S: Systemic sclerosis H: Hemochromatosis 1* A: Alkaptonuria K: Kala azar A: Arsenicosis H: Hemochromatosis 2* A: Addison’s N: Nelson’s D: Drugs Amiodarone Busulfan…Explore more Some Mnemonics for Physical Examination
Assessment of gestational age can be made postnatally by either Dubowitz Score or New Ballard Scoring system. In sick infants, examination of Anterior lens canpsule…Explore more New Ballard Score: How to use it correctly?