MDI Sulcus Sign At 90 Degrees Abduction

Also known as Feagin test (Rockwood, 1984)

Test procedure: Patient is seated with the glenohumeral joint abducted to 90 degree in the frontal plane and neurtral rotation. The examiner interlockes fingers over proximal humerus and exert a downward force.

There is no objetive evidence for use of this test

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