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7) concluded that when consistent with history and physical examination findings, the Spurling, Neck Distraction, and Valsalva Tests (given their high specificity), along with the Upper Limb Tension Test (given its high sensitivity) are most useful in establishing a diagnosis of CR, especially in patients without neurological deficits.
Special tests for symptom reproduction include upper limb tension tests (ULTT) for neural adhesions (32) (Fig.
This theory has not been substantiated in the literature, however observing the similarity of the position of the follow-through and the upper limb tension test for the radial nerve (see figure 5) suggests a plausible mechanism for assault to the radial nerve.