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Patrick's test: Patrick's test is a quick test on a patient lying down, in which the hip and knee of one leg are flexed and laid over the top of the other knee. Gentle pressure is applied to the flexed knee and the amount of pain at the hip and sacral joint is assessed.
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Patrick's test: A test for musculoskeletal abnormalities in the hip and sacroiliac joint manipulating the foot and noting any pain felt by the patient.
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