SLRTSalzburger Lese- und Rechtschreibtest (German: Salzburg Reading and Spelling Test; Salzburg, Austria)
SLRTStraight Leg Raising Test
SLRTSingapore Light Rapid Transit
SLRTSouth Light Rail Transit (Edmonton, Saskatchewan, Canada)
SLRTSolideal Loadstar Rehabilitation Trust
SLRTSequential Likelihood Ratio Test
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of Cases % Positive SLRT 30 100% Para spinal muscle spasm 25 83.
In our series SLRT was positive in all of our patients.
This conforms to O'Connell's series where SLRT was positive in 99% of cases.
Good: Pain: Occasional, infrequent, mild in nature, tolerable and does not repeat with activities causing pain, SLRT: Able to perform SLRT upto 60-70 degrees without any pain, Neurological assessment: Marked neurological recovery, power of muscles recovered to near normal and patient not experiencing any subjective loss of sensation, Spinal movements: Terminal restrictions of movement but painless, Returned to job and performs satisfactorily but avoids extreme spinal movements and careful with regard of lifting weight, Subjective analysis: Patient is satisfied with regard to relief of symptoms during working and daily living activities, ODI score: Patient with ODI score more than 16 and less than 20.
Fair: Pain: Partial recovery of pain but notices pain on strenuous work, SLRT: Patient can perform SLRT between 50 to 70 degrees with little difficulty, Neurological assessment: Minimal improvement both motor and sensory, Spinal movements: Movements restricted and painful in terminal degrees, Patient resuming to light job which does not involve extreme spine movements and lifting weight.
The above table no: 04 revealed that 90 percent (n=27) of the patients had positive SLRT.
The study revealed that majority (90 percent) of the patients had positive SLRT.