Troisier

Charles Émile, French physician, 1844–1919. See T. ganglion, T. node.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Troisier's sign — is finding a hard, enlarged, left supraclavicular lymph node. Said to be pathognomonic of abdominal cancers, in particular gastric cancer.Virchow s node is the node commonly palpated for to elicit Troisier s sign.Troisier s sign is named after… …   Wikipedia

  • Troisier, signo de — sintomat. Tumefacción o engrosamiento de uno o varios ganglios linfáticos de la parte superior de la clavícula, que se observa en algunos casos de enfermedades malignas como el cáncer de estómago. Medical Dictionary. 2011 …   Diccionario médico

  • Troisier-Hanot-Chauffard syndrome — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = DiseasesDB = ICD10 = ICD10|E|83|1|e|70 ICD9 = ICD9|275.0 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = eMedicineTopic = MeshID = Troisier Hanot Chauffard syndrome is a form of diabetes mellitus sometimes… …   Wikipedia

  • Troisier's sign — enlargement of the lymph node at the base of the neck on the left side (Troisier s node), which indicates metastatic spread from an abdominal malignant growth, usually a carcinoma of the stomach. C. E. Troisier (1844 1919), French physician …   Medical dictionary

  • Troisier's sign — enlargement of the lymph node at the base of the neck on the left side (Troisier s node), which indicates metastatic spread from an abdominal malignant growth, usually a carcinoma of the stomach [E. Troisier (1844–1919), French physician] …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Troisier node (ganglion sign) syndrome — Troi·sier node (ganglion, sign), syndrome (trwah syaґ) [Charles Emile Troisier, French physician, 1844–1919] see under syndrome and see signal node, under node …   Medical dictionary

  • Troisier ganglion — signal node …   Medical dictionary

  • Troisier node — Virchow node signal n …   Medical dictionary

  • Troisier sign — signal node …   Medical dictionary

  • Troisier syndrome — bronzed cachexia occurring in diabetes associated with hemochromatosis …   Medical dictionary

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