Kerandel sign

Ker·an·del sign

(ker-ahn-del'),
delayed sensation to pain indicative of African trypanosomiasis.

Ker·an·del sign

(ker'an-del' sīn)
Delayed sensation to pain indicative of African trypanosomiasis.

Kerandel,

Jean F., French physician, 1873-1934.
Kerandel sign - a blow to a bony projection causing hyperesthesia and pain.
Kerandel symptom - deep-seated hyperesthesia observed in cases of sleeping sickness.