Traube's sign

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Traube's sign

 [trou´bez]
a loud sound like a pistol shot heard in the femoral arteries in aortic stenosis.
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The patient's physical examination revealed multiple LAPs, the largest of which was 20x10 mm, in his neck and dullness in the Traube's space.
Traube's space was clear and the abdominal examination was normal, and she had ocular hypertelorism.
In her physical examination, it was seen that her liver was 1-2 cm palpable under the costa, Traube's space was closed, and the spleen was 1-2 cm palpable under the costa.