Gamekeeper Test is used to test for Ulnar collateral ligament tear at MCP of thumb
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What is Gamekeeper Test?
- Gamekeeper Test is used to test for Ulnar collateral ligament tear at MCP of thumb
How it's Performed?
- examiner stresses first MCPJ into radial deviation with MCPJ in fully flexed and extended positions
What does a positive Gamekeeper Test mean?
- Positive test if > 30 degrees of laxity in both positions (or gross laxity compared to other side)
Wartenberg Sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness.
Bunnel Test is used to distinguish between intrinsic muscles tightness & extrinsic muscle tightness.
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