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Dynamic Internal Rotatory Impingement Test

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Other Names

  • Dynamic Internal Rotatory Impingement Test
  • DIRI Test (Dynamic Internal Rotatory Impingement)

Purpose

Dynamic internal rotatory impingement (DIRI) test. A, DIRI begins with the hip at 90 degrees flexion or beyond. B, It is then passively taken through a wide arc of adduction and internal rotation (arrows) while decreasing flexion to about 80 degrees.[1]
  • To evaluate the hip for signs of FAI/ impingement

Description

  • The patient is in a supine position
  • Patient holds opposite leg in flexion beyond 90°
    • This flattens pelvic tilt/lumbar lordosis
  • Then dynamically FADIR affected hip through an arc from neutral positioning
  • Positive test
    • Anterior groin pain

Pathology


Evidence

  • Unknown

See Also


References

  1. Image courtesy of clinicalgate.com, "Clinical Examination and Imaging of the Hip"
Created by:
John Kiel on 10 April 2022 07:33:53
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28 March 2023 14:08:15
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