Claybrook sign

Clay·brook sign

(klā'bruk),
in rupture of abdominal viscus, transmission of breath and heart sounds through the abdominal wall.
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Claybrook sign

An obsolete term that formerly dignified the ability to auscultate cardiac and respiratory sounds through the abdominal wall, which accompanies rupture of an abdominal viscus.
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Claybrook,

Edwin B., U.S. surgeon, 1871-1931.
Claybrook sign - in rupture of abdominal viscus, transmission of breath and heart sounds through the abdominal wall.
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