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What is the most likely innominate diagnosis? A 33-year-old patient with new-onset left-sided low back pain comes into your office. Pain stems from the low back and radiates to the left knee. Structural examination reveals the following: A tender point located at the right transverse process of L5 L5 neutral, rotated right and side bent left Positive seated and standing flexion test on the right Deep right sacral sulcus, Left inferior lateral angle is posterior and inferior Springing at the lumbosacral junction is present PSIS on the right is caudad compared to the left PSIS with the patient in the prone position Apparent shorter leg on the right 

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Asked by Babydoctor, Last updated: Oct 01, 2018

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Answered on Sep 30, 2018

Right innominate posterior

In a right posterior innominate the standing flexion test is positive on the right, the right ASIS is cephalad, the right PSIS is caudad and there is a relative short leg on the right.
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