Aure-Rozanova's sign

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Aure-Rozanova's sign is a medical sign that is typically seen in retrocecal appendix. It is characterized by increased pain on palpation with finger in the right Petit triangle (can be a positive Shchetkin-Boomberg's sign).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sachdeva, Anupam; Dutta, AK (31 August 2012). Advances in Pediatrics. JP Medical Ltd. p. 1432. ISBN 978-93-5025-777-7.