Motion of the pubic symphysis in pelvic instability.

Abstract

Pelvic instability is a term widely used to describe a clinical entity characterized by pain localized to the pubic symphysis and/or sacroiliac joints. The pain often radiates down the leg. Hypermobility of the pelvic joints has been suggested as the cause of pain. Apart from several clinical stress tests, attempts at establishing objective evidence of such… (More)

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@article{Walheim1984MotionOT, title={Motion of the pubic symphysis in pelvic instability.}, author={G G Walheim and Sven Olerud and T. Ribbe}, journal={Scandinavian journal of rehabilitation medicine}, year={1984}, volume={16 4}, pages={163-9} }