Knee - Meniscus: McMurray Test - MaleYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This is a model of McMurry test which is commonly used to test for diagnosis of a meniscus injury.
- Position the patient in a relaxed supine position with the knee ﬂexed at 90 degrees.
- Hold the sole of the patient’s foot. With the foot in external rotation, apply valgus force to stress the medial meniscus.
- With the foot in internal rotation, apply varus force to the knee to stress the lateral meniscus.
- Pain with a palpable click is a positive test in either motion.
©Indiana University Board of Trustees. This project was funded by a grant from the Indiana University School of Medicine Program to Launch those Underrepresented in Medicine toward Success (PLUS) and the Medical Student Education Division of the Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. 3D imaging created by Luke Parker and Emma Parker.