Wrist & Hand Examination

Special Tests for Wrist joint & Hand examination.


 Elson Test

Elson Test

The Elson test is a diagnostic test used for early detection of injuries to the central slip of… Read More
 Durkan Test

Durkan Test

Durkan Test or as it called the carpal compression test is used to test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome… Read More
 Bunnel Test

Bunnel Test

Bunnel Test is used to distinguish between intrinsic muscles tightness & extrinsic muscle tightness. Read More
 Finkelstein Test

Finkelstein Test

Finkelstein Test is used to test for De Quervain’s tenosynovitis of the 1st extensor compartment of the wrist.… Read More
 Piano Key Sign

Piano Key Sign

Piano Key Sign is used to test for: Stability of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) & Triangular fibrocartilage… Read More
 Jeanne Sign

Jeanne Sign

Jeanne Sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness. Read More
 Wartenberg Sign

Wartenberg Sign

Wartenberg Sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness. Read More
 Froment sign

Froment sign

Froment sign is used to test for Ulnar nerve motor weakness Read More
 Phalen Test

Phalen Test

Phalen Test is used for Carpal tunnel syndrome Read More
 Tinel Test

Tinel Test

Tinel Test is used to evaluate nerve injuries, neuromas, and compression especially carpal tunnel syndrome. Read More

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