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Hammer and Otoscope How to palpate the hip joint?

How are we supposed to examine a patient with hip pain?
the range of motion and gait can be assessed but how will be to the palpation.
What would be the proper exposure for that
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ok so we have to do it over the gown..thanx alot
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Is it right that we have to palpate over the patient's gown?
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Is it right that we have to palpate over the patient's gown?
Yes. correct.

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Yes. correct.

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