1075. Physical exam maneuvers to uncover knee effusion (3) / Palpation tenderness of the knee: etiologies at various locations / Describe McMurray's test September 19th, 2009 by reuben in knee / tib / fib ShareGoogleFacebookTwitterRedditStumbleUponDiggEvernoteInstapaperEmailPrint Back Top Tags: card 1074. Two knee articulations / Common peroneal nerve becomes what? May be injured when? When injured, causes what motor deficit? // Pain that refers to the knee // High energy knee injury without swelling suggests what? Early hemarthrosis suggests what? Late hemarthrosis? 1076. Describe the pivot shift test / Collateral ligament stress test: laxity in full extension vs. laxity only with 30 degrees of flexion // Ottawa knee rules / Pittsburgh knee rules You must log in to post a comment.