A 58-year-old male presents after sudden onset of right upper arm pain. He was working in the yard, cutting and pulling out some bushes, when he heard a "snap" and felt the pain. He has a history of rotator cuff tendinosis and osteoarthritis.
Question 1 of 3
You should look for all of the following on physical examination EXCEPT:
A - A positive elevated arm stress test ("Roos" test).
B - A palpable biceps muscle defect.
C - Normal grip strength.
D - An asymmetric bulge in the affected arm.
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