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Basic Functional Examination :Applied to the Shoulder
After the functional examination, positive and negative results are brought together to form a pattern that points in the direction of either a pathology or a group of pathologies. In the latter, further information will be required to reach a more precise diagnosis. This information may be gained by accessory tests An accessory examination is also done to positively confirm an existing but tentative diagnosis, to disclose the precise point affected within the structure or to confirm and further examine instability .