echo sign


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echo sign

1 a repeated sound heard on percussion of a hydatid cyst.
2 an involuntary repetition of words heard. See also echolalia.

echo sign

Repetition of the closing word of a sentence, a sign of epilepsy or other brain conditions.
See also: sign
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Fishing was carried out on an opportunistic basis in order to collect adequate samples from the different types of echo sign encountered throughout the survey area.
A COUPLE could be forced to pull down a 97-year-old South Wales Echo sign after officials told them they could face a pounds 1,000 fine.
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Ray Murphy from Cow bridge and next door neighbour Andy Jarrett with the Echo sign.