Friday, August 3rd

Clinical Themes:

• Gluteal intramuscular injections (Hochstetter’s triangle)

• Hamstring pull

• Positive Trendelenburg sign


Question of the Day:

After suffering a deep stab wound in the medial upper quadrant of the right buttock, a patient found walking to be very difficult. During stepping, her left hip sagged down as soon as the left foot was lifted off the ground to swing forward. Explain these findings.


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