sulcus test

sulcus test

a test for multidirectional shoulder instability; the seated or supine patient's humerus is pulled caudad; inferior mobility, as indicated by a soft tissue concavity that develops in the subacromial area, as a positive test result.

sul·cus test

(sŭl'kŭs test)
A measurement of multidirectional shoulder instability; the seated patient's humerus is pulled caudally, with inferior mobility indicating positive result.
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