Patrick test

Pat·rick test

(pat'rik),
a test to determine the presence or absence of sacroiliac disease; with the patient supine, the hip and knee are flexed and the external malleolus is placed above the patella of the opposite leg; this can ordinarily be done without pain, but, on depressing the knee, pain is promptly elicited in sacroiliac disease.
See also: FABERE test.

Patrick test

a test for pain or dysfunction in the hip and sacroiliac joints in which overpressure is applied at the knee during flexion, abduction, and external rotation of the hip. While applying pressure on the knee, the examiner also applies counterpressure at the opposite anterior superior iliac spine. Also called fabere sign, figure-four test.

Pat·rick test

(pat'rik test)
A procedure to determine the presence or absence of sacroiliac disease; with the patient supine, the hip and knee are flexed and the external malleolus is placed above the patella of the opposite leg; this can ordinarily be done without pain, but, on depressing the knee, pain is promptly elicited in sacroiliac disease.

Patrick,

Hugh T., U.S. neurologist, 1860-1938.
Patrick drill
Patrick maneuver
Patrick sign
Patrick test - determines the presence or absence of sacroiliac disease.
Patrick trigger area