Troisier node

Troi·si·er gan·gli·on

(twah-zē-ā'),
historic term for a lymph node immediately above the clavicle, especially on the left side, that is palpably enlarged as the result of a metastasis from a malignant neoplasm; the presence of such a node indicates that the probable site of primary involvement is in an abdominal organ.
See also: signal node.
Synonym(s): Troisier node

Troisier node

(trwa-ze-a')
[Charles E. Troisier, Fr. physician, 1844–1919]
Signal node.

Troisier,

Charles-Emile, French physician, 1844-1919.
Troisier ganglion - lymph node immediately above the clavicle, palpably enlarged as the result of a metastasis from a malignant neoplasm. Synonym(s): Troisier node
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Troisier node - Synonym(s): Troisier ganglion
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