sacroiliac compression test

sacroiliac compression test

A clinical test used to identify pain of sacroiliac origin, which consists of placing vertical pressure on the hip of a patient lying on his or her side to spread the anterior superior iliac spines (ASIS).

Positive test
Patient has pain in the buttocks.
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At physical examination, active and passive right hip movements and sacroiliac compression test were painful.
The bilateral sacroiliac compression test was positive, and the neurologic examination of lower extremities were normal.
On the other hand, tenderness over the sacroiliac joints or tenderness during the sacroiliac compression tests have been found to be positive in the previous studies (7,8).