Wartenberg Sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness.
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What is Wartenberg Sign?
- Wartenberg Sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness
How it's Performed?
- Patient asked to hold fingers fully adducted with MCP, PIP, and DIP joints fully extended
What does a positive Wartenberg Sign mean?
- Positive if small finger drifts away from others into abduction
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