Mcmurray test



McMurray test Mc·Mur·ray test (mək-mûr’ē, -mŭr’ē)
n.
A test for injury to meniscal structures of the knee in which the lower leg is rotated while the leg is extended; pain and a cracking in the knee indicates meniscal injury.

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