Quenu-Muret sign

Qué·nu-Mu·ret sign

(kā-nū' mū-rā'),
in aneurysm, well-maintained collateral circulation indicated by issue of blood when the main artery of the limb is compressed and a puncture is made at the periphery.

Muret,

Paul-Louis, French physician, 1878–.
Quénu-Muret sign - see under Quénu

Quénu,

Eduard A.V.A., French surgeon and anatomist, 1852-1933.
Quénu hemorrhoidal plexus - lymphatic plexuses in the skin about the anus.
Quénu-Muret sign - in aneurysm, well-maintained collateral circulation is indicated by issue of blood when the main artery of the limb is compressed and a puncture is made at the periphery.
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