Patellar Apprehension TestAka: Patellar Apprehension Test
- Interpretation: Positive Test if painful
Apprehension test response (C0231741)
|Concepts||Clinical Attribute (T201)|
|English||Aprehension test, Apprehension test, Aprehension test response (observable entity), Aprehension test response, Apprehension test response (observable entity), Apprehension test response, Apprehension sign, Apprehension sign (finding)|
|Spanish||respuesta a la prueba de aprehensión (entidad observable), respuesta a la prueba de aprehensión, signo de aprehensión (hallazgo), signo de aprehensión|
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)
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