Impingement sign

What is the impingement sign?

The impingement sign is considered “positive” and the diagnosis supported when an injection of local anesthetic (10 mL of 1% plain lidocaine) into the subacromial space ameliorates the pain caused by the Jobe, Neer, and Hawkins–Kennedy tests.


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