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A 46-year old male presents to your office complaining of chronic lumbo-sacral pain. There is a negative standing flexion test and a positive seated flexion test. Structural examination reveals a deep sacral sulcus on the left, posterior/inferior ILA on the right, and the lumbosacral junction springs freely upon compression. The most likely diagnosis is:



A. Right sacral rotation on a right oblique axis
B. Left sacral rotation on a left oblique axis
C. Right sacral shear
D. Right sacral rotation on a left oblique axis
E. Left sacral rotation on a right oblique axis

This question is part of Sacral Q-bank
Asked by Babydoctor, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Dec 13, 2016

Right sacral rotation on a right oblique axis
 

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