Physical Diagnosis of Pain. An Atlas of Signs and Symptoms. Edition No. 3

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  • Elsevier Health Science
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Still the only atlas available devoted to the physical diagnosis of pain, this highly practical guide mirrors the clinician's approach to pain evaluation: focusing on "what is it" rather than "where is it." Through concise text, high-quality illustrations, and real-time videos, internationally recognized pain expert Dr. Steven Waldman provides clear, how-to methods for evaluating and diagnosing more than 240 pain-related conditions through their physical signs. Comprehensive and lavishly illustrated, this essential atlas is a must-have resource for all practitioners and trainees that encounter patients with pain.

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- Functional Anatomy of the Bony Cervical Spine  

- Functional Anatomy of the Cervical Intervertebral Disc  

- Nomenclature of the Diseased Cervical Disc  

- Painful Conditions Emanating from the Cervical Spine  

- Visual Inspection of the Cervical Spine  

- Palpation of the Cervical Spine  

- Physical Examination of the Cervical Spine: Range of Motion  

- The Cervical Dermatomes  

- The C5 Neurologic Level  

- The C6 Neurologic Level  

- The C7 Neurologic Level  

- The C8 Neurologic Level  

- The Spurling Test for Cervical Radiculopathy Secondary to Herniated Disc or Cervical Spondylosis  

- The Axial Loading Test for Cervical Discogenic Disease  

- The Hoffman Test for Cervical Myelopathy  

- The Sharp Purser Test For Atlanto-Axial Joint Instability

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The Shoulder  

- Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Joint  

- Visual Inspection of the Shoulder  

- Palpation of the Shoulder 

- External Rotation of the Shoulder 

- Internal Rotation of the Shoulder 

- Crossed-Arm Adduction of the Shoulder  

- Abduction of the Shoulder  

- Painful Conditions of the Shoulder  

- Shoulder Instability Syndromes  

- The Anterior Drawer Test  

- The Shift and Load Test For Shoulder Instability

- The Apprehension Test for Anterior Instability  

- The Jobe Relocation Test for Anterior Instability 

- The Andrews Anterior Apprehension Test For Anterior Instability

- The Posterior Drawer Test for Posterior Shoulder Instability  

- The Jerk Test for Posterior Shoulder Instability  

- The Posterior Clunk Test for Posterior Shoulder Instability

- The Sulcus Test for Inferior Glenohumeral Instability

- The Crank Test For Injury of the Labrum of the Glenohumeral Joint

- An Overview of Shoulder Impingement Syndromes  

- The Neer Test for Shoulder Impingement Syndromes  

- The Hawkins Test for Shoulder Impingement Syndromes  

- The Gerber Subcoracoid Impingement Test

- The Zaslav Rotation Resistance Test for Shoulder Impingement

- Bicipital Tendinitis  

- The Speed Test for Bicipital Tendinitis  

- The Yergason Test for Bicipital Tendinitis  

- The Snap Test for Subluxing Biceps Tendon Syndrome  

- The Gerber Lift-Off Test for Rupture of the Subscapularis Muscle  

- The Gerber Belly Press Test for Subscapularis Weakness

- The Internal Rotation Lag Sign For Rupture of the Subscapularis Tendon

- The Snapping Scapula Test  

- The Ludington Test for Ruptured Long Tendon of the Biceps 

- The Squeeze Test for Distal Rupture of the Biceps Tendon

- Clinical Correlates: Diseases of the Rotator Cuff 

- The Drop Arm Test for Complete Rotator Cuff Tear  

- The External Rotation Lag Sign for Rupture of the Supraspinatus or Infraspinatus Tendon

- The Dawbarn Sign for Supraspinatus Tendinitis  

- The Empty Can Test For Suprapinatus Tendinopathy

- The Jobe Supraspinatus Test

- The Midarc Abduction Test for Infraspinatus Tendinitis 

- The External Rotation Stress Test For Impairment of the Infraspinatus and Teres Minor Muscles

- The Drop Arm Test for Subdeltoid Bursitis  

- The Adduction Release Test for Subcoracoid Bursitis  

- The Adduction Stress Test for Acromioclavicular Joint Dysfunction  

- The Chin Adduction Test for Acromioclavicular Joint Dysfunction  

- The Paxino Test For Acromioclavicular Joint Pain

- Sergeant's Chevron Test for Axillary Nerve Deficits 

- The Adson Maneuver for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome  

- The Costoclavicular Test for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 

- The Hyperabduction Test for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 

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The Elbow  

- Functional Anatomy of the Elbow Joint 

- Visual Inspection of the Elbow 

- Palpation of the Elbow  

- Flexion and Extension of the Elbow  

- Supination and Pronation of the Elbow 

- The Valgus Stress Flexion Test for Medial Ligamentous Incompetence

- The Varus Stress Flexion Test for Lateral Ligamentous Incompetence

- The Lateral Pivot-Shift Test for Posterolateral Insufficiency

- The Froment Sign for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow 

- The Jeanne Sign for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow 

- The Wartenberg Test for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow  

- The Little Finger Adduction Test for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow  

- The Valgus Extension Overload Test for Olecranon Impingement- The Compression Test for Lateral Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome  

- The Snap Sign for Snapping Triceps Syndrome  

- The Creaking Tendon Sign for Triceps Tendinitis  

- The Ballottement Test for Olecranon Bursitis  

- The Tennis Elbow Test  

- The Maudsley's Test For Lateral Epicondylitis- The Chair Lift Test For Lateral Epicondylitis - The Golfer's Elbow Test  

- The Polk Test To Differentiate Lateral From Medial Epicondylitis

- The Brachialis Jump Test for Climber's Elbow  

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The Forearm  

- The Compression Test for Radial Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Forced Pronation Test for Pronator Syndrome  

- The Pinch Test for Anterior Interosseous Syndrome  

- The Creaking Tendon Test for Intersection Syndrome  

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The Wrist and Hand  

- Functional Anatomy of the Wrist  

- Visual Inspection of the Wrist and Hand  

- Palpation of the Wrist and Hand  

- Extension of the Wrist and Hand  

- Flexion of the Wrist and Hand 

- Adduction of the Wrist and Hand  

- Abduction of the Wrist and Hand  

- Painful Conditions of the Wrist and Hand  

- The Wristwatch Test for Cheiralgia Paresthetica  

- The Finkelstein Test for de Quervain Tenosynovitis 

- The Allen Test for Patency of the Radial and Ulnar Arteries at the Wrist

- The Watson Stress Test for Arthritis of the Carpometacarpal Joint of the Thumb  

- The Ulnar Click Test for Ulnar Impaction Syndrome  

- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Tinel Sign for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Phalen Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 

- The Opponens Weakness Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 

- The Opponens Pinch Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Two-Point Discrimination Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Dowart Hotdog Sign for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Spread Sign for Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome  

- Flexion/Extension Test for Ganglion Cysts of the Wrist 

- The Hunchback Carpal Sign for Carpal Boss  

- The Tuck Sign for Extensor Tenosynovitis of the Wrist  

- The Palmar Band Sign for Dupuytren Contracture 

- The Allen Test for Patency of the Digital Arteries of the Fingers

- The Catching Tendon Sign for Trigger Finger Syndrome 

- The Sausage Finger Sign for Psoriatic Arthritis  

- The Swan Neck Deformity Sign

- The Boutonnière Deformity Sign

- The Heberden Node Sign for Osteoarthritis of the Distal Interphalangeal Joints  

- The Bouchard Node Sign for Osteoarthritis of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joints 

- The Ice Water Test for Glomus Tumor of the Finger 

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The Chest Wall, Thorax and Thoracic Spine 

- Winged Scapula Sign for Entrapment of the Long Thoracic Nerve of Bell  

- The Suprascapular Notch Sign for Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment Syndrome  

- The Shoulder Retraction Test for Costosternal Syndrome  

- The Swollen Costosternal Joint Sign for Tietze Syndrome  

- The Shrug Test for Sternoclavicular Joint Dysfunction  

- The Hooking Maneuver Test for Slipping Rib Syndrome  

- The Flexion Test for Acute Thoracic Vertebral Compression Fracture  

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The Lumbar Spine  

- Functional Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine  

- An Overview of the Nomenclature of the Diseased Lumbar Disc  

- An Overview of Painful Conditions Emanating from the Lumbar Spine  

- Visual Inspection of the Lumbar Spine  

- Palpation of the Lumbar Spine  

- Range of Motion of the Lumbar Spine  

- The Schober Test For Lumbar Spine Flexion

- The Kemp Test For Lumbar Facet Joint Dysfunction

- The Lumbar Dermatomes  

- The L4 Neurologic Level  

- The L5 Neurologic Level  

- The S1 Neurologic Level  

- The Lasegue Straight Leg Raising Test for Lumbar Root Irritation 

- The Sitting Straight Leg Raising Test for Lumbar Root Irritation  

- The Naffziger Jugular Compression Test for an Equivocal Lasegue Straight Leg Raising Test  

- The Flip Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation  

- The Buckling Knee Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation 

- The Spurling Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation 

- The Bragard Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation  

- The Ely Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation  

- The Fajersztajn Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

- The Stoop Test for Spinal Stenosis  

- The Babinski Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System  

- The Chaddock Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System  

- The Oppenheim Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System 

- The Gordon Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System

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The Abdominal Wall and Pelvis  

- The Sit-Up Sign for Anterior Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome  

- The Waddling Gait Sign for Osteitis Pubis Syndrome  

- The Yeoman Test For Sacroiliac Joint Pain

- The Van Durson Standing Flexion Test For Sacroiliac Joint Pain

- The Pideallu Seatd Flexion Test For Sacroiliac Joint Pain

- The Stork Test For Sacroiliac Joint Pain

- The Gaenslen Test For For Sacroiliac Joint Pain

- The Numb Medial Thigh Sign for Obturator Nerve Entrapment Syndrome  

- The Novice Skier Sign for Ilioinguinal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome  

- The Femoral Stretch Test

- The Burning Lateral Thigh Sign for Meralgia Paresthetica  

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The Hip  

- Functional Anatomy of the Hip  

- Visual Inspection of the Hip Joint  

- Palpation of the Hip  

- Flexion of the Hip  

- Extension of the Hip  

- Abduction of the Hip  

- Adduction of the Hip  

- Internal Rotation of the Hip  

- External Rotation of the Hip  

- Painful Conditions of the Hip  

- The Thomas Test for Flexion Deformity of the Hip  

- The Trendelenburg Test for Weak Hip Abductors  

- The Hopalong Cassidy Sign for Antalgic Gait  

- The Patrick/FABER Test for Hip Pathology  

- The Waldman Knee Squeeze Test for Adductor Tendinitis  

- The Resisted Hip Extension Test for Ischial Bursitis  

- The Resisted Hip Abduction Test for Gluteal Bursitis  

- The Resisted Hip Adduction Test for Iliopsoas Bursitis 

- The Piriformis Test For Piriformis Syndrome

- The Resisted Abduction Release Test for Trochanteric Bursitis Pain  

- The Fulcrum Test For Stress Fractures of the Femoral Shaft

- The Ober Test for Iliotibial Band Contracture  

- The Snap Sign for Snapping Hip Syndrome  

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The Knee  

- Functional Anatomy of the Knee  

- Visual Inspection of the Knee  

- Palpation of the Knee  

- Flexion of the Knee  

- Extension of the Knee  

- Rotation of the Knee  

- An Overview of Painful Conditions of the Knee  

- The Bulge Sign for Small Joint Effusions  

- The Ballottement Test for Large Joint Effusions  

- The Valgus Stress Test for Medial Collateral Ligament Integrity  

- The Varus Stress Test for Lateral Collateral Ligament Integrity  

- The Anterior Drawer Test for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity 

- The Flexion-Rotation Anterior Drawer Test for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Instability

- The Lachman Test for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity  

- The Posterior Drawer Test for Posterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity

- The Hughston External Rotation-Recurvatum Test for Posterior Cuciate Ligament Instability

- The Quadriceps Active Test for Posterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity

- The Pivot Shift Test for Anterolateral Rotary Instability  

- The Reverse Pivot Shift Test of Jakob for Posterolateral Instability

- The Tibial External Rotation Test for Injury to the Posterolateral Corner 

- The Perkins Test for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome 

- The Patellar Grind Test For Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

- The Fairbanks Apprehension Test for Lateral Patellar Subluxation  

- The Patellar Tilt Test for Lateral Retinacular Dysfunction

- The McMurray Test for Torn Meniscus  

- The Apley Grinding Test for Meniscal Tear  

- The Squat Test for Meniscal Tear

- The Thessaly Test For Medial Meniscal Tear

- The Twist Test for Semimembranosus Insertion Syndrome  

- The Knee Extension Test for Quadriceps Expansion Syndrome  

- Bursitis of the Knee  

- The Creaking Tendon Sign for Hamstring Tendinitis  

- The Noble Compression Test For Iliotibial Band Syndrome

- The Bump Sign for Baker Cyst of the Knee  

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The Ankle and Foot  

- Functional Anatomy of the Ankle and Foot 

- Visual Inspection of the Ankle and Foot  

- Palpation of the Ankle and Foot  

- The Wave Test for Ankle Joint Effusion  

- The Anterior Drawer Test for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Insufficiency  

- The Inversion Test for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Insufficiency  

- The Eversion Test for Deltoid Ligament Insufficiency 

- The Squeeze Test for Syndesmosis Ankle Strain

- The External Rotation Test for Syndesmosis Ankle Strain

- The Tinel Sign for Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Tinel Sign for Posterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome  

- The Creak Sign for Achilles Tendinitis  

- The Toe Raise Test for Achilles Tendon Rupture

- The Thompson Squeeze Test for Achilles Tendon Rupture

- The Matles Test For Achilles Tendon Rupture

- The Calcaneal Jump Sign for Plantar Fasciitis  

- The Windlass Test For Plantar Fasciitis

- The Mulder Sign for Morton Neuroma   - ~
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Waldman, Steven D. Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri.

Associate Dean, Chair and Professor, Department of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
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