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Which of the following is associated with a right on left sacral torsion?



A. A non-neutral dysfunction of L5 that is rotated left and sidebent left; and a positive seated flexion test on the right
B. A non-neutral dysfunction of L5 that is rotated right and sidebent right; and a positive seated flexion test on the left
C. A neutral dysfunction of L5 that is rotated right and sidebent left, and a positive seated flexion test on right
D. A neutral dysfunction of L5 that is rotated left and sidebent right; and a positive seated flexion test on the left
E. A flexed dysfunction of L5 that is rotated right and sidebent right, and a positive seated flexion test on the right

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Asked by Babydoctor, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 05, 2017

A non-neutral dysfunction of L5 that is rotated left and sidebent left; and a positive seated flexion test on the right

A right on left sacral torsion would have an L5 that is non-neutral (meaning either flexed or extended), rotated left, sidebent left with a seated flexion test positive on the right (opposite the axis of the torsion)
 

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