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Apprehension Test (Shoulder)

The apprehension test assess anterior glenohumeral instability. Ensure the patient is close to the edge of the examination table. Then, move the shoulder into maximal external rotation in abduction. The test is positive if the patient states they feel the joint is unstable or if they experience pain in this position.

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