Knee Examination

Special Tests for knee joint examination.


 Steinman Test

Steinman Test

What is the Steinman Test? Steinman test can be used to diagnose the meniscal lesions of the knee… Read More
 Knee Range Of Motion

Knee Range Of Motion

Knee Range Of Motion (Knee ROM) should include assessment of knee flexion and extension, tibial internal and external… Read More
 Thessaly Test

Thessaly Test

Thessaly test is used to detect lateral or medial meniscal tears / lesions of the knee joint. It is based… Read More
 Ege’s Test

Ege’s Test

Ege’s Test (also called the weight-bearing McMurray test) is used to detect a tear of the lateral or… Read More
 Dial Test

Dial Test

Dial Test (or tibial external rotation test) is used in evaluation of posterolateral instability of the knee. It… Read More
 Waldron Test

Waldron Test

Waldron Test (or as it called a unilateral squat) is used to evaluate the presence of patellofemoral syndrome… Read More
 Patellar Grind Test

Patellar Grind Test

Patellar Grind Test (Zohlen Sign or Clarke sign) is used to evaluate patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (chondromalacia patellae). Read More
 Patellar Apprehension Test

Patellar Apprehension Test

Patellar Apprehension Test (or Fairbank Apprehension Test) is used to test whether the patella is likely to dislocate… Read More
 Apley grinding Test

Apley grinding Test

Apley grinding Test (Apley compression test) is used to evaluate the medial or lateral Meniscal Injury of the knee… Read More
 Apley Distraction Test

Apley Distraction Test

Apley Distraction Test is used to evaluate the integrity of the Collateral Ligaments of the knee, this test… Read More

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