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(19) Meniscal injuries are typically diagnosed by history and physical including joint line tenderness, Apley's test and McMurray's test. (14,19) However, one study reported that the aforementioned orthopaedic tests are insensitive and non specific for detecting meniscal tears in ACL-intact knees.
Originally described in 1940, McMurray's test has been the subject of much debate and is still considered the primary test for the examination of the knee menisci.
Anderson and Lipscomb (1986) examined the medial-lateral grind test, McMurray's test and joint line tenderness in a series of 100 patients with suspected meniscus tears.