clearing test

clearing test

a range of motion test that moves the joint to its limits, stretching the capsule and other soft tissues in an attempt to reproduce symptoms. If the range of motion is normal and no symptoms are produced, the joint is cleared as a cause of a musculoskeletal disorder.
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Following industry pressure, Dr Glossop also agreed that the clearing test can continue to be used as a pre-movement test, except in chronic cases.
Source in the district monitoring office told media persons total fifteen staff members were deputed in this district after clearing test interviews under national testing services.
In CECS' electronic coupon clearing test, after retailers scan the bar-coded information on coupons and validate the transaction, the data is captured electronically by CECS through Catalina's in-store network (which disseminates coupons at the checkout based on purchases; the network is present in all the test stores) and forwarded to CECS' Florida headquarters.
Sefcik says that though he is satisfied with the coupon clearing test, no decision has been made yet.
As a result of these checker errors, the electronic clearing test resulted in a 19.
It is the most innovative because the test method is based upon results obtained in in-home clearing tests.