Wimberger's sign

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The Wimberger's sign, also called Wimberger's corner sign, refers to localized bilateral metaphyseal destruction of the medial proximal tibia. It is a pathognomonic sign for congenital syphilis.[1]


  1. ^ Solomon A, Rosen E. The aspect of trauma in the bone changes of congenitallues. Pediat Radiology 1975;3:l76-8