Aaron sign

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Aaron sign

 [ar´un]
a sensation of pain or distress in the epigastric or precordial region on pressure over the McBurney point in appendicitis.
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Aar·on sign

(ar'ŏn),
in acute appendicitis, a referred pain or feeling of distress in the epigastrium or precordial region on continuous firm pressure over the McBurney point.
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Aar·on sign

(ar'ŏn sīn)
In acute appendicitis, a diagnostic sign, indicating referred pain or feeling of distress in the epigastrium or precordial region on continuous firm pressure over the McBurney point.
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Aaron,

Charles Dettie, U.S. physician, 1866-1951.
Aaron sign - in acute appendicitis, a referred pain or feeling of distress in the epigastrium or precordial region on continuous firm pressure over McBurney point.
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Aar·on sign

(ar'ŏn sīn)
In acute appendicitis, a referred pain or feeling of distress in the epigastrium or precordial region.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012