Shuck test

Shuck test

a diagnostic assessment method designed to assess joint laxity and instability in which force is applied to a joint in a specific direction to assess the amount of translation of the articulating surfaces and to determine whether the maneuver successfully reproduces the symptoms.
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15) Some of the commonly used stress tests for determining LTI include the Lunotriquetral Ballottment Test, Reagan Shuck test, Lunotriquetral Shear Test (Kleinman Shear Test), and the Linscheid Compression Test (Squeeze Test).
11) The Regan Shuck test involves one hand placed with the thumb and index on the triquetrum and pisiform while the other hand is placed on the lunate and radial wrist.