Auenbrugger


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Au·en·brug·ger

(ow-ĕn-brūg'ĕr),
Leopold, physician in Hapsburg Empire, 1722-1809. See: Auenbrugger sign.
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401; emphasis added) This eponym, also named the Auenbrugger sign, refers to the presence of dullness in Traube's space due to a large pericardial effusion caused by the descent of the left lobe of the liver (Table 1) (6).
Joseph Leopold Auenbrugger. Classics of Cardiology Volume One.
Inspection and pericardial eponyms signs (1761-1852) Name Year Description of sign Significance Auenbrugger 1761 Swelling or bulging of the Pericardial epigastrium.
Poderiamos caracterizar Auenbrugger como um monstro verdadeiro.
Auenbrugger e um medico do seculo XVIII que se encontra em condicao de registrar as lesoes, na medida em que faz autopsias.
sunacakti: "Parmaklarla goguse hafifce vurmak suretiyle bir ses elde edilir." diyecekti Auenbrugger kitabinda.
Iste, bazen baba Auenbrugger gibi bilemeden hizmet verilir bilime, bazen de ogul Auenbrugger gibi yillarin gerisinden gelip hafizaya kazinan bir hatira araciligi ile.
Jean Nicolas Corvisart, who was personal physician to Napoleon and Laennec's teacher, translated Auenbrugger's little book, "Inventum Novum," and popularized the use of percussion.
1754 - Leopold Auenbrugger introduces percussion of the chest into medical diagnosis.
In 1761, Auenbrugger's inventum Novum was published, a medical classic of 95 pages on the sounds produced by tapping on the walls of the chest.
This neglect did not deter Auenbrugger from the pleasures of practice, family, music, opera, and frequent attendance at receptions at the court of Maria Theresa.