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Bragard's Sign: Sensitivity and Specificity

Introduction: None written. Excerpt from the entry in Herniated Disk:
This test is done with the patient supine with both legs straight. The examiner straight leg raises the leg on the affected side until the point the patient feels pain. At this position, the examiner firmly dorsiflexes the foot. If there is an increase in radicular pain from the above, the test is considered positive.

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Associated Diagnoses:

Herniated Disk

Accuracy not specified