Clinical tests for diagnosing gluteal tendinopathy

Which tests are useful to establish gluteal tendinopathy in those presenting with lateral hip pain?

The achievement of accurate musculoskeletal diagnosis at the hip can present a diagnostic enigma. This is due to the complexity of referring regions, as well as the state of validity of some common examination techniques. The authors of this study have advised on the use of clinical tests of the hip that are most useful in the examination of suspected gluteal tendinopathy (GT) confirmed by pathological MRI findings. 


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