Ewart procedure

Ew·art pro·ce·dure

(yū'ărt),
elevation of the larynx between the thumb and forefinger to elicit tracheal tugging.

Ew·art pro·ce·dure

(yu'ărt prŏ-sē'jŭr)
Elevation of the larynx between the thumb and forefinger to elicit tracheal tugging.

Ewart,

William, English physician, 1848-1929.
Ewart procedure - elevation of the larynx between the thumb and forefinger to elicit tracheal tugging.
Ewart sign - in large pericardial effusions, an area of dullness with bronchial breathing and bronchophony below the angle of the left scapula. Synonym(s): Pins sign