Traube semilunar space

Trau·be semilunar space

(trow'bĕ),
a crescentic space about 12-cm wide, bounded medially by the left border of the sternum, above by an oblique line from the sixth costal cartilage to the lower border of the eighth or ninth rib in the midaxillary line and below by the costal margin; the percussion tone here is normally tympanitic, because of the underlying stomach, but is modified by pulmonary emphysema, a pleural effusion, or an enlarged spleen.

Traube,

Ludwig, German physician and pathologist, 1818-1876.
Traube bruit - a triple cadence to the heart sounds at rates of 100 beats per minute or more, usually indicative of serious disease. Synonym(s): gallop
Traube corpuscle - a hypochromic, crescent-shaped erythrocyte, probably resulting from artifactual rupture of a red cell with loss of hemoglobin. Synonym(s): achromocyte
Traube double tone - a double sound heard on auscultation over the femoral vessels in cases of aortic and tricuspid insufficiency.
Traube dyspnea - obsolete term for inspiratory dyspnea with maximal expansion of the chest and a slow respiratory rhythm.
Traube plugs - Synonym(s): Dittrich plugs
Traube semilunar space - a crescentic space about 12 cm wide, just above the costal margin.
Traube sign - a double sound or murmur heard in auscultation over arteries in significant aortic regurgitation.
Traube-Hering curves - rhythmical variations in blood pressure. Synonym(s): Traube-Hering waves
Traube-Hering waves - Synonym(s): Traube-Hering curves