Bamberger sign

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Bam·ber·ger sign

(bam'bĕr-gĕr),
1. jugular pulse in tricuspid insufficiency;
2. Synonym(s): allochiria
3. dullness on percussion at the angle of the scapula, clearing up as the patient leans forward, indicating pericarditis with effusion.

Bam·ber·ger sign

(bahm'ber-ger sīn)
1. Jugular pulse in tricuspid insufficiency.
2. Synonym(s): allocheiria.
3. Dullness on percussion at the angle of the scapula, clearing up as the patient leans forward, indicating pericarditis with effusion.
Synonym(s): Bamberger-Pins-Ewart sign.

Bamberger,

Eugen von, Austrian physician, 1858-1921.
Bamberger disease - chronic inflammation with effusions in several serous cavities resulting in fibrous thickening of serosa and constrictive pericarditis.
Bamberger-Marie disease - Synonym(s): Bamberger-Marie syndrome
Bamberger-Marie syndrome - expansion of the distal ends, or the entire shafts, of the long bones that occurs in chronic pulmonary disease, heart disease, and other acute and chronic disorders. Synonym(s): Bamberger-Marie disease; hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy
Bamberger sign - jugular pulse in tricuspid insufficiency. Synonym(s): allochiria