Grocco sign

Groc·co sign

(grok'ō),
1. acute dilation of the heart following a muscular effort, described in Graves disease; also occurring in various forms of myocardiopathy;
2. extension of the liver dullness several centimeters to the left of the midspinal line in cases of enlargement of that organ.
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Groc·co sign

(grok'kō sīn)
1. Acute dilation of the heart following a muscular effort, described in Graves disease; also occurring in various forms of myocardiopathy
2. Extension of liver dullness several centimeters to the left of the midspinal line in cases of enlargement of that organ.
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Grocco,

Pietro, Italian physician, 1857-1916.
Grocco sign - acute dilation of the heart following a muscular effort.
Grocco triangle - a triangular patch of dullness at the base of the chest near the spinal column, on the side opposite a pleural effusion. Synonym(s): paravertebral triangle
Orsi-Grocco method - see under Orsi
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