Hawkins impingement sign

Hawkins impingement sign

(haw'kinz),
pain produced by forced internal rotation of the humerus in 90° of abduction.

Haw·kins im·pinge·ment sign

(haw'kinz im-pinj'mĕnt sīn)
Pain produced by forced internal rotation of the humerus in 90 degrees of abduction.