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'''''German''': [[:de:Aaron-Zeichen|Aaron-Zeichen]]''<br />
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==Definition==
 
==Definition==
 
''named  after the physician Charles. D. Aaron (1866-1951)''
 
''named  after the physician Charles. D. Aaron (1866-1951)''
  
Aaron's sign is a clinical sign in [[Appendicitis]] indicated by pain in the right groin/right lower quadrant after applying pressure on the [[McBurney's point]]. There can also be referred pain in the epigastric region.
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Aaron's sign is a clinical sign in [[Appendicitis]] indicated by pain in the right [[groin]]/right lower quadrant after applying [[pressure]] on the [[McBurney's point]]. There can also be referred pain in the [[epigastric]] region.
 
[[Tag:Appendicitis]]
 
[[Tag:Appendicitis]]
 
[[Tag:Appendicitis Sign]]
 
[[Tag:Appendicitis Sign]]
 
[[Tag:McBurney]]
 
[[Tag:McBurney]]

Latest revision as of 12:09, 13 June 2016

German: Aaron-Zeichen

Definition

named after the physician Charles. D. Aaron (1866-1951)

Aaron's sign is a clinical sign in Appendicitis indicated by pain in the right groin/right lower quadrant after applying pressure on the McBurney's point. There can also be referred pain in the epigastric region.

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