Head bobbing (Demusset’s sign)

Greek translation: ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής (σημείο de musset)

03:32 Apr 11, 2005
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Medical - Medical: Cardiology
English term or phrase: Head bobbing (Demusset’s sign)
Chronic and severe cases associated with wide pulse pressure, rapid and forceful carotid upstrokes with dramatic collapse (Corrigan’s pulse), Head bobbing with each systole (Demusset’s sign), prominent pulsation of skin capillaries (Quinke’s pulse), Hill’s sign (higher popliteal than brachial artery pressure), Duroziez murmur (to and fro murmur heard over the femoral artery).
Katerina Kallitsi
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Greek translation:ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής (σημείο de musset)
Explanation:
(bob·bing) (bob¢ing) a quick, jerky, up-and-down movement.
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de Musset's sign ή απλώς Musset's sign...
This refers to the head bobbing that is seen in aortic regurgitation. Like Corrigan's sign, it is a manifestation of the collapsing pulse that is present in aortic regurgitation.
Η απόδοση που δίνω είναι του Dorland's: ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής επί αορτικού ανευρύσματος και αορτικής ανεπάρκειας.
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5 +3ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής (σημείο de musset)
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head bobbing (de musset’s sign)
ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής (σημείο de musset)


Explanation:
(bob·bing) (bob¢ing) a quick, jerky, up-and-down movement.
http://tinyurl.com/5n7az :-)
de Musset's sign ή απλώς Musset's sign...
This refers to the head bobbing that is seen in aortic regurgitation. Like Corrigan's sign, it is a manifestation of the collapsing pulse that is present in aortic regurgitation.
Η απόδοση που δίνω είναι του Dorland's: ρυθμικές σπασμωδικές κινήσεις της κεφαλής επί αορτικού ανευρύσματος και αορτικής ανεπάρκειας.


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