Carman sign

Car·man sign

(kar'man),
in gastric radiology, the appearance of a contrast-filled malignant ulcer, which does not extend beyond the line of the gastric wall as a benign ulcer would; also has a thick overhanging rim of tumor tissue.

Car·man sign

(kahr'măn sīn)
In gastric radiology, the appearance of a contrast-filled malignant ulcer, which does not extend beyond the line of the gastric wall as a benign ulcer would; also has a thick overhanging rim of tumor tissue.

Carman,

Russell D., U.S. radiologist, 1875-1926.
Carman sign - on a gastric radiograph, the appearance of a contrast-filled malignant ulcer.