Slocum drawer test

Slo·cum draw·er test

(slō'kŭm draw'ĕr test)
Maneuver used to determine anterior medial rotary instability (AMRI) and anterior lateral rotary instability (ALRI) of the knee. The test is performed in the same position as anterior drawer test, but the tibia is externally rotated 15 degrees for AMRI and internally rotated 15 degrees for ALRI while anterior stress to the tibia is applied.
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