Figure 1: Barré test (straight arm raising). The arms are held at a 90- degree angle with the body. Elbows are fully extended, wrists are dorsiflexed, and fingers are extended and abducted.
Figure 2: Pronator drift. The arms are held at a 90- degree angle with the body. Elbows are fully extended, forearms are supine, wrists are straight, and fingers are extended and adducted.
Figure 3: Forearm roll. The patient is asked to rapidly roll each forearm around the other for 5 to 10 seconds in each direction.
Figure 4: Mingazzini’s manoeuvre. The patient is lying on his back. The hips are flexed at a 75 to 80 degree angle, and the knees are held at a 100- degree angle that allows the leg to be horizontal to the bed. Ankles are dorsiflexed at 90 degrees. The position is held for as long as possible to a maximum of 30 seconds.