Claybrook sign

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Claybrook sign is a clinical sign in which heart sounds and breath sounds can be heard transmitted through the abdominal wall on auscultation. It occurs in patients with rupture of an abdominal viscus.[1]

The sign is named after Edwin Claybrook.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Claybrook's sign at Mondofacto online medical dictionary.