Resisted External Derotation Test
- Modified External De-rotation Test
- To evaluate the cause of hip pain
- The patient is supine
- The hip and knee on the affected side are both flexed 90°, and then the hip is externally rotated.
- The patient is then asked to internally rotate the thigh back to a neutral position while the examiner resists
- Positive test
- Trochanteric pain
- Sunil Kumar, Karadi Hari, et al. "Pathogenesis and contemporary diagnoses for lateral hip pain: a scoping review." Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 29 (2021): 2408-2416.