Drummond sign

Drum·mond sign

(drŭm'ŏnd),
in certain cases of aortic aneurysm, a puffing sound, synchronous with cardiac systole, heard from the nostrils, when the mouth is closed.

Drum·mond sign

(drŭm'ŏnd sīn)
In some cases of aortic aneurysm, a puffing sound, synchronous with cardiac systole, heard from the nostrils, when the mouth is closed.

Drummond,

Sir David, English physician, 1852-1932.
artery of Drummond - artery formed by anastomoses between the right and left colic arteries. Synonym(s): marginal artery of colon
Drummond sign - in certain cases of aortic aneurysm, a puffing sound synchronous with cardiac systole, heard from the nostrils when the mouth is closed.