Posterior Sag Sign

 Posterior Sag Sign

What is Posterior Sag Sign?

Posterior Sag Sign (or Gravity Drawer Test) is used to assess the integrity of the posterior cruciate ligament of knee (PCL tears). It’s also called Godfrey Sign.

How it’s Performed?

Posterior Sag Sign
Posterior Sag Sign

What does a positive Posterior Sag Sign mean?

Sensitivity & Specificity

Notes

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