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which motor areas of the leg need to be checked?
L4 - food inversion, L5 - big toe extension, S1 - plantar flexion
what are causes of true leg shortening?
perthes' disease, SUFE, avascular necrosis, hip dislocation
what are the causes of apparent leg shortening?
true leg shortening, fixed adduction deformity (OA)
which two tests can test for meniscal damage?
mcmuaary's test, apley's grind test
which reflexes of the legs can be tested?
knee (L3,4), ankle (l5,s1)