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In case of intertrochanteric fracture, Trendelenberg's sign is not present because?

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asked Aug 31, 2014 in Orthopedics by Rajesh Bahara
In case of intertrochanteric fracture, Trendelenberg's sign is not present because:

a. Gluteus medius is weak
b. Fracture is extracapsular
c. Gluteus medius is intact
d. Fracture occurs in old age and patient is not able to perform the test.

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c. Gluteus medius is intact
answered Aug 31, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara

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