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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Waist movement was slightly restricted to all directions due to pain, hand fingertip-to-floor distance was 10 cm, sacroiliac compression test was positive on the right, FABERE test was positive on the right, her right knee was warm and tender, there was no rash on the skin, local sensitivity was detected in the right upper quadrant with palpation, and other system evaluations were normal.
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.
Bilateral sacroiliac compression tests were positive.