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1. FADIR Test

FADIR Test FADIR Test Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 FADIR Test FADIR Test Aka: FADIR Test , FADDIR Test II (...) . Background: FADIR Mnemonic (or FADDIR) Flexion ADDuction Internal Rotation III. Indications Anterolateral suggestive of ( ) IV. Technique: Flexion, ADduction and Internal Rotation (F-Ad-Ir) Patient supine Examiner raises one leg with hip flexed to 90 degrees and knee flexed to 90 degrees Examiner adducts and internally rotates the hip (foot and ankle rotated away from midline) Images V. Interpretation Positive if maneuver induces pain Causes of positive test (femoral acetabular impingement) Hip Hip loose

2018 FP Notebook

2. FADIR Test

FADIR Test FADIR Test Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 FADIR Test FADIR Test Aka: FADIR Test , FADDIR Test II (...) . Background: FADIR Mnemonic (or FADDIR) Flexion ADDuction Internal Rotation III. Indications Anterolateral suggestive of ( ) IV. Technique: Flexion, ADduction and Internal Rotation (F-Ad-Ir) Patient supine Examiner raises one leg with hip flexed to 90 degrees and knee flexed to 90 degrees Examiner adducts and internally rotates the hip (foot and ankle rotated away from midline) Images V. Interpretation Positive if maneuver induces pain Causes of positive test (femoral acetabular impingement) Hip Hip loose

2015 FP Notebook

3. Foot Progression Angle Walking Test: A Dynamic Diagnostic Assessment for Femoroacetabular Impingement and Hip Instability (PubMed)

and who underwent FPAW testing along with standard physical examination testing. Demographic data, including age, sex and hip laterality, were collected from each patient. FPAW testing was performed with directed internal and external foot progression angles from their baseline measurements, with a positive test reproducing pain and/or discomfort. Comparisons were then made with flexion adduction internal rotation (FADIR) and flexion abduction external rotation (FABER) tests as the designated (...) diagnostic standard examinations for FAI and hip instability, respectively. Sensitivity and specificity, along with the McNemar chi-square test for group comparison, were used to generate summary statistics. In addition, areas under the combined receiver operating characteristic curves (AUC) of test performance were calculated for both FPAW and the designated standard examination tests (FADIR, FABER). Radiographic imaging was used subsequently to confirm the diagnosis.The average age of the study cohort

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2017 Orthopaedic journal of sports medicine

4. Gender-Dependent Differences in Hip Range of Motion and Impingement Testing in Asymptomatic College Freshman Athletes (PubMed)

in 0° flexion (39.8 ± 11.1° versus 37.6 ± 11.5°, P = .06). Pain with FADIR test on the right and left hip were reported in 11.9% and 14.5% of athletes, respectively. Gender and a positive FADIR were not related (male 12.2%, female 15.3%, P = .36).In asymptomatic college freshman athletes, male athletes generally demonstrated less hip ROM than female athletes. In addition, a positive FADIR was more prevalent than previously reported in healthy young adults. Preseason screenings that use (...) Gender-Dependent Differences in Hip Range of Motion and Impingement Testing in Asymptomatic College Freshman Athletes Athletic activity is a proposed factor in the development and progression of intra-articular hip pathology. Early diagnosis and preventive treatments in "at-risk" athletes are needed.Our primary objective was to report hip range of motion (ROM) and prevalence of positive impingement testing in asymptomatic college freshman athletes. Our secondary objective was to determine

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2016 PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation

5. How Useful Is the Flexion-Adduction-Internal Rotation Test for Diagnosing Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Systematic Review. (PubMed)

How Useful Is the Flexion-Adduction-Internal Rotation Test for Diagnosing Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Systematic Review. Clinicians use the flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (FADIR) test in the diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). However, the diagnostic utility of this test remains unclear. The purpose of this review was to determine the utility of the FADIR test in diagnosing FAI.MEDLINE, EMBASE, and PubMed were searched using relevant key terms and study screening (...) was performed in duplicate. Patient demographics, diagnostic imaging, and summary measures (eg sensitivity, specificity, etc.) of the FADIR test in patients with FAI were recorded.Eight studies of levels III (87.5%) and IV (12.5%) evidence were included. Four hundred fifty-two patients (622 hips) with a mean age of 27.0 ± 9.0 were examined. Alpha (75.1%) and/or center-edge (26.8%) angles were used to diagnose hips with FAI. X-ray (78.9%), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (16.2%), and computed tomography (CT

2018 Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine

6. Groin pain

. History and exam presence of risk factors acute pain related to trauma hx of sports-related or overuse injury positive anterior impingement test (FADIR test) pain on adduction against resistance (neutral hip flexion) pain on palpation of adductor tendons pain on palpation of iliopsoas pain on passive range-of-motion testing of the hip joint snapping/clicking hip positive Trendelenburg's test positive apprehension test positive modified Thomas' test pain on palpation of inguinal canal pain on palpation (...) other sources is not uncommon. Signs and symptoms typically include activity-related pain, pain with movement of the hip, and antalgic gait. The first-line diagnostic test for most conditions is a set of standard x-rays. More advanced imaging modalities, such as ultrasound and MRI, should be used with discretion when clinically indicated. Establishing the correct diagnosis is the first step to instituting appropriate treatment. Treatment may vary widely depending on the disease entity present

2018 BMJ Best Practice

7. Dynamic radiostereometric analysis for evaluation of hip joint pathomechanics (PubMed)

°, SD 2.7) after ACH surgery. Mean adduction of 3.9° before and 2.7° after ACH surgery was unchanged (p = 0.48, Δ-1.2°; SD 4.3). Mean flexion angles during dRSA tests were 82.4° before and 80.8° after ACH surgery, which were similar (p = 0.18, Δ-1.6°, SD = 2.7). No correlation between volume of removed bone and ROM was observed.A small increase in internal rotation, but not in adduction, was observed after arthroscopic cheilectomy and -rim trimming in cadaver hips. The hip flexion angle of the FADIR (...) and CT-bone models were created. dRSA recordings of the hip joints were acquired at five frames/s during passive flexion, adduction to stop, and internal rotation to stop (FADIR). ACH was performed and dRSA was repeated. dRSA images were analyzed using model-based RSA. Hip joint kinematics before and after ACH were compared pairwise. The volume of removed bone was quantified and compared to the postoperative range of motion (ROM).Mean hip internal rotation increased from 19.1 to 21.9° (p = 0.04, Δ2.8

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2017 Journal of experimental orthopaedics

8. Effects of Deep Trigger Point Dry Needling on Strength Measurements of the Gluteus Medius Musculature

scale in the lumbar spine, sacroiliac region, pelvis, and bilateral lower extremities at rest or with activity Positive Flexion Adduction Internal Rotation (FADIR) test on either the left or right hip. If the individual experiences a reproduction of his or her pain response with the FADIR test, which is overpressure into hip flexion, adduction, and internal rotation, he or she will be excluded from participation in the study Present with signs and symptoms consistent with hip osteoarthritis during (...) in kilograms. A maximal volitional isometric contraction break test will be used with the hip in two separate positions. A total of three measurements will be taken for each position and these measurements will be averaged for the hand held dynamometer readings. Both within group and between group differences in strength measurements will be compared for significance. The Degree of Change in the Strength of the Gluteus Medius Musculature Measured by Surface Electromyography [ Time Frame: Strength

2018 Clinical Trials

9. Preoperative physical examination and imaging of femoroacetabular impingement prior to hip arthroscopy-a systematic review. (PubMed)

, FADIR impingement testing was reported in 57% of patients. All included studies reported plain radiographic imaging as a component of preoperative assessment with anterior-posterior pelvis view being the most commonly reported view, followed by the cross-table lateral and Dunn views. Magnetic resonance imaging was obtained for 52% of included patients and computed tomography for 26% of patients. The most commonly reported measure within imaging for the diagnosis of cam type impingement was alpha

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2017 Journal of hip preservation surgery

10. Arthroscopic findings of a diagnostic dilemma- hip pathology with normal imaging. (PubMed)

anaesthetic and corticosteroid. Pathologic findings were collated from the standardised operative notes.Fifty-three hip arthroscopies performed in 51 patients met the inclusion criteria from a total of 1348 hip arthroscopies performed over a 46-month period. All but one of the 53 (98%) hips had arthroscopically confirmed pathology. Mean patient age was 32.5 years [15 to 67 years] with 40 (78%) females and 11 (22%) males. 92.5% of the hips (49/53) were FADIR (flexion, adduction and internal rotation (...) ) positive on clinical examination, giving this test a positive predictive value of 98% (95% CI: 89.31 to 99.67%) for intra-articular pathology.In patients with a normal MRI without contrast and a positive response (relief of pain) to an intra-articular injection that failed conservative management, there is a 98% chance of intra-articular hip pathology being discovered on hip arthroscopy.

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2017 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

11. A COMBINED TREATMENT APPROACH EMPHASIZING IMPAIRMENT-BASED MANUAL THERAPY AND EXERCISE FOR HIP-RELATED COMPENSATORY INJURY IN ELITE ATHLETES: A CASE SERIES (PubMed)

in at least one segment, and a positive hip flexion-adduction-internal rotation (FADIR) special test. A three-phase impairment-based physical therapy program was implemented to resolve the primary complaints and return the subjects to their desired level of function. Acute phase rehabilitation consisted of manual therapy and fundamental motor control exercises. Progression to the sub-acute and terminal phases was based on improved subjective pain reports and progress with functional impairments

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2017 International journal of sports physical therapy

12. Isometric Versus Isotonic Exercise for Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

Eligible for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: Able to give written informed consent Lateral hip pain for greater than 3 months Pain on direct palpation of the gluteal tendon insertion on the greater trochanter and additionally at least one of the following pain provocation tests must also be positive: FABER (Flexion, Abduction, External Rotation of the hip) FADER (Flexion, Adduction, External Rotation of the hip) FADER and resisted Internal Rotation (IR) (FADER (...) position plus resisted IR of the hip) Single leg stand for 30 seconds Resisted hip abduction at end-range adduction Exclusion Criteria: Physiotherapy for lateral hip pain in the past 6 months Corticosteroid injection for lateral hip pain in past 3 months Inability to actively abduct hip in side-lying Pain reproduced with FADIR (Flexion, Adduction, Internal Rotation of hip) with concurrent hip osteoarthritis on anteroposterior (AP) pelvis x-ray defined as Kellgren-Lawrence > Grade 2 (mild) Previous hip

2017 Clinical Trials

13. The morphologic characteristics and range of motion in the hips of athletes and non-athletes (PubMed)

of motion between a group of athletes and a non-athletic control group. Thirty-two male athletes (17 soccer players and 15 ice-hockey players) and thirty non-athletes, used as a control group, were examined clinically and radiographically. Hip range of motion was measured and the FADIR and FABER tests were performed. Standard radiographs of both hips were taken. The centre-edge angle, alpha angle, caput-collum-diaphysis angle, head-neck offset and Tönnis grade were registered. The athletes had a higher (...) Tönnis grade (right P =  0.009, left P =  0.004), more pain on the FADIR test (right P =  0.006, left P =  0.001) and lower ROM in internal (right P =  0.003, left P =  0.025) and external rotation (P < 0.001). A superiorly placed cam deformity (seen on an AP pelvis view) was correlated with reduced external rotation (right P =  0.001, left P =  0.004) and mild osteoarthritis (Tönnis grade 1), (P =  0.015, left P =  0.020), while a more anteriorly placed cam deformity (seen on a modified Lauenstein

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2016 Journal of hip preservation surgery

14. Clinical results of endoscopic sciatic nerve decompression for deep gluteal syndrome: mean 2-year follow-up. (PubMed)

entrapment syndrome. Paresthesia and sitting pain were significantly improved at the final follow-up (P = .002). More favorable outcome was observed a group without major trauma. No complication was observed.Endoscopic sciatic nerve decompression is a safe and effective procedure for the management of DGS. Patients with major trauma could have poor clinical outcome. Seated piriformis test, FADIR, and tenderness of sciatic notch are maybe useful guide for pre and postoperative evaluation of DGS. (...) .). The mean follow-up period was 24 ± 2.6 months (range, 24-38.4 months).The mean duration of symptoms was 14.1 months (range, 12 to 32 months). Compromising structures were piriformis muscle, fibrovascular bundles, and adhesion with scar tissues. The mean VAS score for pain decreased from 7.4 ± 1.5 to 2.6 ± 1.5 (P = .001). The mean mHHS increased from 81.7 ± 9.6 to 91.8 ± 7.6 (P = .003). Clinically, positive paresthesia and seated piriformis test were statistically significant to diagnosis sciatic

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2016 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

15. Hip Joint Torsional Loading Before and After Cam Femoroacetabular Impingement Surgery. (PubMed)

effects of the surgical capsulotomy, cam resection, and capsular repair on passive range of motion and resistance of applied torque.Descriptive laboratory study.Twelve cadaveric hips with cam deformities were skeletonized to the capsule and mounted onto a robotic testing platform. The robot positioned each intact hip in multiple testing positions: (1) extension, (2) neutral 0°, (3) flexion 30°, (4) flexion 90°, (5) flexion-adduction and internal rotation (FADIR), and (6) flexion-abduction and external (...) in resisted torque.Regarding changes in motion, external rotation increased substantially after capsulotomies, but internal rotation only further increased at flexion 90° (change +32%, P = .001, d = 0.58) and FADIR (change +33%, P < .001, d = 0.51) after cam resections. Capsular repair provided marginal restraint for internal rotation but restrained the external rotation compared with the capsulotomy stage. Regarding changes in torque, both internal and external torque resistance decreased after

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2018 American Journal of Sports Medicine

16. Functional Acetabular Orientation Varies Between Supine and Standing Radiographs: Implications for Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement. (PubMed)

. Measurements of ROM to bony impingement were made during (1) simulated hip flexion; (2) simulated internal rotation in 90° of flexion (IRF); and (3) simulated internal rotation in 90° of flexion and 15° adduction (FADIR), and the location of bony contact between the proximal femur and acetabular rim was defined. These measurements were calculated for supine and standing pelvic orientations. A paired Student's t-test was used for comparison of continuous variables, whereas chi square testing was used (...) % CI, 2°-4°) as well as an increase in IRF of 2° (95% CI, 1°-3°) and FADIR of 3° (95% CI, 2°-4°) (all p < 0.001).The functional orientation of the acetabulum varies between supine and standing radiographs and must be considered when diagnosing and treating patients with symptomatic FAI. Standing pelvic orientation results in posterior pelvic tilt and later occurrence of FAI in the arc of motion. Although we cannot recommend standing radiographs on the current study alone, we do recommend larger

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2015 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

17. Groin Injury (Diagnosis)

, and athletes. It is believed to result from abnormal contact stress and joint damage around the hip, most notably from prolonged sitting, leaning forward, getting in and out of a vehicle, or performing a pivoting motion in sports. Clinically, pain may be described as either insidious or acute in onset. The clinical evaluation tool most sensitive for FAI is the flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (FADIR) test and reproduces the patient's pain along the anterolateral hip. [ ] Physiologically (...) (in the event of a bladder injury); persistent nausea, vomiting, or abdominal distention; and swelling in the femoral triangle or inguinal area (in the event of a hernia). All of these symptoms merit immediate medical evaluation in a hospital setting. Previous Next: Diagnostic Tests Plain radiography, technetium-99 ( 99 Tc) methylene diphosphonate (MDP) bone scanning, ultrasonography, nerve conduction studies, peritoneal radiography, computed tomography (CT) scanning, and MRI may be useful in the diagnosis

2014 eMedicine.com

18. Groin Injury (Overview)

, and athletes. It is believed to result from abnormal contact stress and joint damage around the hip, most notably from prolonged sitting, leaning forward, getting in and out of a vehicle, or performing a pivoting motion in sports. Clinically, pain may be described as either insidious or acute in onset. The clinical evaluation tool most sensitive for FAI is the flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (FADIR) test and reproduces the patient's pain along the anterolateral hip. [ ] Physiologically (...) (in the event of a bladder injury); persistent nausea, vomiting, or abdominal distention; and swelling in the femoral triangle or inguinal area (in the event of a hernia). All of these symptoms merit immediate medical evaluation in a hospital setting. Previous Next: Diagnostic Tests Plain radiography, technetium-99 ( 99 Tc) methylene diphosphonate (MDP) bone scanning, ultrasonography, nerve conduction studies, peritoneal radiography, computed tomography (CT) scanning, and MRI may be useful in the diagnosis

2014 eMedicine.com

19. Groin Injury (Follow-up)

, and athletes. It is believed to result from abnormal contact stress and joint damage around the hip, most notably from prolonged sitting, leaning forward, getting in and out of a vehicle, or performing a pivoting motion in sports. Clinically, pain may be described as either insidious or acute in onset. The clinical evaluation tool most sensitive for FAI is the flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (FADIR) test and reproduces the patient's pain along the anterolateral hip. [ ] Physiologically (...) (in the event of a bladder injury); persistent nausea, vomiting, or abdominal distention; and swelling in the femoral triangle or inguinal area (in the event of a hernia). All of these symptoms merit immediate medical evaluation in a hospital setting. Previous Next: Diagnostic Tests Plain radiography, technetium-99 ( 99 Tc) methylene diphosphonate (MDP) bone scanning, ultrasonography, nerve conduction studies, peritoneal radiography, computed tomography (CT) scanning, and MRI may be useful in the diagnosis

2014 eMedicine.com

20. Groin Injury (Treatment)

, and athletes. It is believed to result from abnormal contact stress and joint damage around the hip, most notably from prolonged sitting, leaning forward, getting in and out of a vehicle, or performing a pivoting motion in sports. Clinically, pain may be described as either insidious or acute in onset. The clinical evaluation tool most sensitive for FAI is the flexion, adduction, and internal rotation (FADIR) test and reproduces the patient's pain along the anterolateral hip. [ ] Physiologically (...) (in the event of a bladder injury); persistent nausea, vomiting, or abdominal distention; and swelling in the femoral triangle or inguinal area (in the event of a hernia). All of these symptoms merit immediate medical evaluation in a hospital setting. Previous Next: Diagnostic Tests Plain radiography, technetium-99 ( 99 Tc) methylene diphosphonate (MDP) bone scanning, ultrasonography, nerve conduction studies, peritoneal radiography, computed tomography (CT) scanning, and MRI may be useful in the diagnosis

2014 eMedicine.com

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