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The only atlas devoted to the physical diagnosis of pain! Dr. Steven Waldman presents a clear, how-to-do-it approach to the accurate diagnosis of 300 conditions through their physical signs and symptoms. Six hundred illustrations and a bonus DVD with video-clips make every technique easy to understand and apply.

• Examines the full range of conditions in the shoulder and upper extremity, elbow and forearm, wrist and hand, spine, hip, knee, ...

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Overview

The only atlas devoted to the physical diagnosis of pain! Dr. Steven Waldman presents a clear, how-to-do-it approach to the accurate diagnosis of 300 conditions through their physical signs and symptoms. Six hundred illustrations and a bonus DVD with video-clips make every technique easy to understand and apply.

• Examines the full range of conditions in the shoulder and upper extremity, elbow and forearm, wrist and hand, spine, hip, knee, ankle, and foot.

• Integrates 100 original color drawings by respected medical illustrator Joe Bloch as well as 500 crisply reproduced radiographic and MR images.

• Demonstrates how to perform physical examinations for pain with videoclips on DVD of Dr. Waldman and his staff evaluating patients.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416001126
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 9/21/2005
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Director, Headache and Pain Center, Leawood, KS; Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO

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Table of Contents

Section 1: The Cervical Spine

1. Functional Anatomy of the Bony Cervical Spine

2. Functional Anatomy of the Cervical Intervertebral Disc

3. Nomenclature of the Diseased Cervical Disc

4. Visual Inspection of the Cervical Spine

5. Palpation of the Cervical Spine

6. Physical Examination of the Cervical Spine: Range of Motion

7. The Cervical Dermatomes

8. The C5 Neurologic Level

9. The C6 Neurologic Level

10. The C7 Neurologic Level

11. The C8 Neurologic Level
12. The Spurling Test for Cervical Radiculopathy Secondary to Herniated Disc or Cervical Spondylosis

13. The Axial Loading Test for Cervical Discogenic Disease

14. The Hoffman Test for Cervical Myelopathy

15. Painful Conditions Emanating from the Cervical Spine

Section 2: The Shoulder

16. Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Joint

17. Visual Inspection of the Shoulder

18. Palpation of the Shoulder

19. External Rotation of the Shoulder

20. Internal Rotation of the Shoulder

21. Crossed Arm Adduction of the Shoulder

22. Abduction of the Shoulder

23. Painful Conditions of the Shoulder

24. Shoulder Instability Syndromes

25. The Anterior Drawer Test

26. The Apprehension Test for Anterior Instability

27. The Jobe Relocation Test for Anterior Instability

28. The Posterior Drawer Test for Posterior Shoulder Instability

29. The Jerk Test for Posterior Shoulder Instability

30. An Overview of Shoulder Impingement Syndromes

31. The Neer Test for Shoulder Impingement Syndromes

32. The Hawkins Test for Shoulder Impingement Syndromes

33. Bicipital Tendinitis

34. Bicipital Tendinitis

35. The Yergason Test for Bicipital Tendinitis

36. The Snap Test for Subluxing Biceps Tendon Syndrome

37. The Gerber Lift-off Test for Subscapularis Muscle

38. The Snapping Scapula Test

39. The Ludington Test for Ruptured Long Tendon of the Biceps

40. Clinical Correlates: Diseases of the Rotator Cuff

41. The Drop Arm Test for Complete Rotator Cuff Tear

42. The Dawbarn Sign for Supraspinatus Tendinitis

43. The Midarc Abduction Test for Infraspinatus Tendinitis

44. The Drop Arm Test for Subdeltoid Bursitis

45. The Adduction Release Test for Subcoracoid Bursitis

46. The Adduction Stress Test for Acromioclavicular Dysfunction

47. The Chin Adduction Test for Acromioclavicular Joint Dysfunction

48. Sergeant’s Chevron Test for Axillary Nerve Deficits

49. The Adson Maneuver for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

50. The Costoclavicular Test for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

51. Hyperabduction Test for Thoracic Outlet Syndorme

Section 3: The Elbow

52. Functional Anatomy of the Elbow Joint

53. Visual Inspection of the Elbow

54. Palpation of the Elbow

55. Flexion and Extension of the Elbow

56. Supination and Pronation of the Elbow

57. The Froment Sign for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow

58. The Wartenberg Sign for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow

59. The Little Finger Adductor Test for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow

60. The Compression Test for Lateral Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

61. The Snap Sign for Snapping Triceps Syndrome

62. The Creaking Tendon Sign for Triceps Tendinitis

63. The Ballotment Test for Olecranon Bursitis

64. The Tennis Elbow Test

65. The Golfer’s Elbow Test

66. The Brachialis Jump Test for Climber’s Elbow

Section 4: The Forearm

67. The Compression Test for Radial Tunnel Syndrome

68. The Forced Pronation Test for Pronator Syndrome

69. The Pinch Test for Anterior Interosseous Syndrome

70. The Creaking Tendon Sign for Intersection Syndrome

Section 5: The Wrist and Hand

71. Functional Anatomy of the Wrist and Hand

72. Visual Inspection of the Wrist and Hand

73. Palpation of the Wrist and Hand

74. Extension of the Wrist and Hand

75. Flexion of the Wrist and Hand

76. Adduction of the Wrist and Hand

77. Abduction of the Wrist and Hand

78. Painful Conditions of the Wrist and Hand

79. Wristwatch Test for Cheiralgia Paresthetica

80. Finkelstein Test for de Quervain Tenosynovitis

81. The Watson Stress Test for Arthritis of the Carpometacarpal Joint of the Thumb

82. The Ulnar Click Test for Ulnar Impaction Syndrome

83. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

84. The Tinel Sign for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

85. The Phalen Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

86. The Opponens Weakness Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

87. The Opponens Pinch Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

88. The Two-Point Discrimination Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

89. The Dowart Hotdog Sign for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

90. The Spread Sign for Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome

91. The Extreme Flexion/Extension Test for Ganglion Cysts of the Wrist

92. The Hunchback Carpal Sign for Carpal Boss

93. The Tuck Sign for Extensor Tenosynovitis of the Wrist and Hand

94. The Palmar Band Sign for Dupuytren’s Contracture

95. The Catching Tendon Sign for Trigger Finger SYndrome

96. The Sausage Finger Sign for Psoriatic Arthritis

97. The Herberden Node Sign for Osteoarthritis of the Distal Interphalangeal Joints

98. The Bouchard Node Sign for Osteoarthritis of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joints

99. The Ice Water Test for Glomus Tumor of the Finger

Section 6: The Chest Wall, Thorax and Thoracic Spine

100. The Winged Scapula Sign for Entrapment of the Long Thoracic Nerve of Bell

101. The Suprascapular Notch Sign for Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

102. The Shoulder Retraction Test for Costosternal Syndrome

103. The Swollen Costosternal Joint Sign for Tietze Syndrome

104. The Shrug Test for Sternoclavicular Joint Dysfunction

105. The Hooking Maneuver Test for Test for Slipping Rib Syndrome

106. The Flexion Test for Acute Thoracic Vertebral Compression Fracture

Section 7: The Lumbar Spine
107. Functional Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine

108. An Overview of the Nomenclature of the Diseased Lumbar Disc

109. Visual Inspection of the Lumbar Spine

110. Palpation of the Lumbar Spine

111. Range of Motion of the Lumbar Spine

112. The Lumbar Dermatomes

113. The L4 Neurologic Level

114. The L5 Neurologic Level

115. The S1 Neurologic Level

116. The Lasegue Straight Leg Raising Test for Lumbar Root Irritation

117. The Sitting Straight Leg Raising Test for Lumbar Root Irritation

118. The Naffziger Jugular Compression Test for an Equivocal Lasegue Straight Leg Raising Test

119. The Flip Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

120. The Buckling Knee Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

121. The Spurling Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

122. The Bragard Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

123. The Ely Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

124. The Fajersztajn Test for Lumbar Nerve Root Irritation

125. The Stoop Test for Spinal Stenosis

126. The Babinski Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System

127. The Chaddock Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System

128. The Oppenheim Sign for Diseases of the Corticospinal System

129. An Overview of Painful Conditions Emanating from the Lumbar Spine

Section 8: The Abdominal Wall and Pelvis

130. The Sit-Up Sign for Anterior Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

131. The Waddling Gait Sign for Osteitis Pubis

132. The Numb Medial Thigh Sign for Obturator Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

133. The Novice Skier Sign for Ilioinguinal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

134. The Burning Lateral Thigh Sign of Meralgia Paresthetica

Section 9: The Hip

135. Functional Anatomy of the Hip

136. Visual Inspection of the Hip

137. Palpation of the Hip

138. Flexion of the Hip

139. Extension of the Hip

140. Abduction of the Hip

141. Adduction of the Hip

142. Internal Rotation of the Hip

143. External Rotation of the Hip

144. Painful Conditions of the Hip

145. The Thomas Test for Flexion Deformity of the Hip

146. The Trendelenburg Test for Weak Hip Abductors

147. The Hopalong Cassidy Sign for Antalgic Gait

148. The Patrick/FABER Test for Hip Pathology

149. The Waldman Knee Squeeze Test for Adductor Tendinitis

150. The Resisted Hip Extension Test for Ischial Bursitis

151. The Resisted Hip Abduction Test for Gluteal Bursitis

152. The Resisted Adduction Test for Ilioposas Bursitis

153. The Abduction Resistance Test for Trochanteric Bursitis Pain

154. The Ober Test for Iliotibial Band Syndrome

155. The Snap Sign for Snapping Hip Syndrome

Section 10: The Knee

156. Functional Anatomy of the Knee

157. Visual Inspection of the Knee

158. Palpation of the Knee

159. Flexion of the Knee

160. Extention of the Knee

161. Rotation of the Knee

162. The Bulge Sign for Small Knee Effusions

163. The Ballotment Test for Large Knee Fusions

164. The Valgus Stress Test for Medial Collateral Ligament Integrity

165. The Varus Stress Test for Lateral Collateral Ligament Integrity

166. The Anterior Drawer Test for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity

167. The Posterior Drawer Test for Posterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity

168. The Lachman Test for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Integrity

169. The Pivot Shift Test for Anterolateral Rotary Instability

170. The Perkin’s Test for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

171. The Fairbanks Apprehension Sign for Lateral Patellar Subluxation

172. The McMurray Test for Torn Meniscus

173. The Apley Grinding Test for Mensical Tear

174. An Overview of Painful Conditions of the Knee

175. The Twist Test for Semimembranus Insertion Syndrome

176. The Knee Extension Sign for Quadraceps Expansion Syndrome

177. Bursitis of the Knee

178. The Creaking Tendon Sign for Hamstring Tendinitis

179. The Bump Sign For Baker Cyst of the Knee

Section 11: The Ankle and Foot

180. Functional Anatomy of the Ankle and Foot

181. Visual Inspection of the Ankle and Foot

182. Palpation of the Ankle and Foot

183. The Wave Test for Joint Effusion

184. The Anterior Drawer Sign for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Insufficiency

185. The Eversion Test for Deltoid Ligament Insufficiency

186. The Inversion Test for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Insufficiency

187. The Tinel Sign for Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

188. The Tinel Sign for Posterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

189. The Creak Sign for Achilles Tendinitis

190. The Calcaneal Jump Sign for Plantar Fasciitis

191. The Mulder Test for Morton Neuroma

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