FADDIR Test (Flexion ADDuction Internal Rotation) is used for examine the: Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, anterior labral tear ,…
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What is FADDIR Test?
FADDIR Test (Flexion ADDuction Internal Rotation) is used for examine the:
- Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome,
- Anterior labral tear
- Iliopsoas tendinitis
- This test is also called Anterior apprehension test of the hip joint.
How it's Performed?
- Patient is in supine position.
- Affected hip fully flexed or 90 degree flexion.
- Adduct the hip with combined Internally rotation of the hip.
What does a positive FADDIR Test mean?
- A positive test is indicated by the production of pain in the groin, the reproduction of the patient’s symptoms with or without a click, or apprehension.
Sensitivity & Specificity
- Sensitivity: 41-60 %
- Specificity: 47-52 %
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