stork test

stork test

pain in the area of spondylolysis with one-legged stance and hyperextension of the lumbar spine; the patient holds the opposite foot near the ipsilateral hip, and the examiner supports the ileal crests.

stork test

A clinical test used to identify pars intrarticularis pathology.

Technique
The patient begins standing and is asked to extend his or her back, while the examiner ensures that the patient does not fall; the patient is then asked to stand on one foot and extend his or her back once again; finally the subject is asked to stand on the opposite foot and extend the back.

Positive test
Lumbar pain is suggestive of pars intrarticularis disease.
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