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left on left torsion
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: increased
left on right torsion
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: reduced
right on right torsion
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: increased
right on left torsion
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: reduced
unilateral flexion right
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: caudad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: normal to increased
unilateral extension left
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: normal to decreased
unilateral flexion left
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
Inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: caudad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: normal to increased
unilateral extension right
ositive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
Inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: normal to decreased
bilateral flexion
positive seated flexion test: bilateral
sacral sulcus: deep bilaterally
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior bilaterally
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: equal
lumbar scoliosis:
lumbar lordosis: increased
bilateral extension
positive seated flexion test: bilateral
sacral sulcus: shallow bilaterally
inferior lateral angle: anterior superior bilaterally
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: equal
lumbar scoliosis:
lumbar lordosis: decreased
positive seated flexion test right
left on left torsion
right on left torsion
unilateral flexion right
unilateral extension right
positive seated flexion test left
left on right torsion
right on right torsion
unilateral extension left
unilateral flexion left
positive seated flexion test bilateral
bilateral flexion
bilateral extension
sacral sulcus posterior left/deep right
left on left torsion
left on right torsion
unilateral flexion right
unilateral extension left
sacral sulcus deep bilaterally
bilateral flexion
sacral sulcus shallow bilaterally
bilateral extension
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior Left
left on left torsion
left on right torsion
unilateral flexion left
unilateral extension right
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
right on right torsion
right on left torsion
unilateral flexion right
unilateral extension left
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior bilaterally
bilateral flexion
inferior lateral angle: anterior superior bilaterally
bilateral extension
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
left on left torsion
right on right torsion
unilateral flexion right
unilateral flexion left
bilateral flexion
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
left on right torsion
right on left torsion
unilateral extension left
unilateral extension right
bilateral extension
medial malleolus: cephalad left
left on left torsion
left on right torsion
unilateral extension left
medial malleolus: cephalad right
right on right torsion
right on left torsion
unilateral extension right
medial malleolus caudad right
unilateral flexion right
medial malleolus caudad left
unilateral flexion left
medial malleolus equal
bilateral flexion
bilateral extension
lumbar scoliosis convex right
left on left torsion
left on right torsion
unilateral flexion right
unilateral extension left
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
right on right torsion
right on left torsion
unilateral flexion left
unilateral extension right
lumbar lordosis increased
left on left torsion
right on right torsion
bilateral flexion
lumbar lordosis reduced
left on right torsion
right on left torsion
bilateral extension
lumbar lordosis normal to increased
unilateral flexion right
unilateral flexion left
lumbar lordosis normal to decreased
unilateral extension left
unilateral extension right
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: increased
left on left torsion
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: reduced
left on right torsion
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: increased
right on right torsion
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: reduced
right on left torsion
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: caudad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: normal to increased
unilateral flexion right
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior left (deep right)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior right
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex right
lumbar lordosis: normal to decreased
unilateral extension left
positive seated flexion test: left
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
Inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: caudad left
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: normal to increased
unilateral flexion left
positive seated flexion test: right
sacral sulcus: posterior right (deep left)
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior left
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: cephalad right
lumbar scoliosis: convex left
lumbar lordosis: normal to decreased
unilateral extension right
positive seated flexion test: bilateral
sacral sulcus: deep bilaterally
inferior lateral angle: posterior inferior bilaterally
lumbar spring/sphinx test: negative
medial malleolus: equal
lumbar scoliosis:
lumbar lordosis: increased
bilateral flexion
positive seated flexion test: bilateral
sacral sulcus: shallow bilaterally
inferior lateral angle: anterior superior bilaterally
lumbar spring/sphinx test: positive
medial malleolus: equal
lumbar scoliosis:
lumbar lordosis: decreased
bilateral extension