SLR

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Related to straight-leg-raising test: Lasegue's sign, Lasègue sign, Lasegue maneuver, Lasegue test

SLR

abbr.
single-lens reflex
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SLR

abbreviation for
(Photography) single-lens reflex. See reflex camera
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SLR

single-lens reflex.
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The amount of irritation on the sciatic nerve was measured using a variation of the straight-leg-raising test. Participant 1 demonstrated the lowest SLR initially, followed by P3 and P2.
Changes in nerve root motion and intraradicular blood flow during an intraoperative straight-leg-raising test. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 2003;28:1427-34.
During a straight-leg-raising test, the patient was able to lift his left leg only 40[degrees].