Maranon sign

Ma·ra·ñón sign

(mah-ră-nyon'),
in Graves disease, a vasomotor reaction following stimulation of the skin over the throat.

Marañón sign

A rarely evoked clinical sign said to be common in Graves disease, which consists of a vasomotor response when the skin overlying the thyroid gland is stroked. It is little used in the working medical parlance.

Ma·ra·ñón sign

(mahr-ahn-yōn' sīn)
In Graves disease, a vasomotor reaction following stimulation of the skin over the throat.
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The Maroni sign of Graves disease should be the Maranon sign, after the Spanish endocrinologist Gregorio Maranon (1887-1960).