Carpal Tunnel Clinical Predictor Rules and clustering of tests are valuable features in the accurate diagnosis of CTS.
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As the largest and strongest cuff muscle, tihe subscapularis is estimated to provide 53% of total cuff strength.
Read more Subscapularis: How is the Largest RC Muscle so Overlooked?
FAI is a condition of abnormal and wearing contact between the ball and socket of the hip joint resulting in damage to the joint.
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TOS tests are influenced by the criteria used to establish a positive test, i.e. vascular or neurologic.
Read more TOS: Why Do We Take a Pulse When the Problem is Neurologic?
There are a variety of possible wrist injuries. Ruling out fracture, dislocation, and ligamentous instability are paramount.
Read more Methods of Assessing Wrist Stability