Further, a dude with a Throckmorton sign on the left who actually has a fracture or significant finding on the left side is said to have a "positive Throckmorton sign". If the penis points away from the injured side then it is called a "reverse Throckmorton sign". Also, if there is no injury to the patient then you have a "false-positive Throckmorton sign". This, of course, allows us to talk about the famed "Throckmorton sign" in all possible scenarios. A good dick-joke is never to be missed.
Of course, some males are so endowed as to impress the doctors and nurses with the immensity of their ding-dongs. In this case one might speak about a "Hugely positive Throckmorton sign" or a "Tremendously false-positive Throckmorton sign".
The above Xray demonstrates a normal pelvis and hip in a 27 year old white male who had fallen off a ladder. The patient reportied pain initially on the left side. Therefore this is what's knows as an "Oh my goodness, WOW! Hugely false-positive reverse-Throckmorton sign."