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Trendelenburg's sign

Introduction: Trendelenburg's sign

Description of Trendelenburg's sign

Trendelenburg's sign: A diagnostic sign for congenital hip dislocation or hip abductor weakness. When the hip and knee on the normal side of the body are flexed, the dislocated side will droop or sag if the condition is present.

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