Traube-Hering curvesmedical dictionary

Slow oscillations in blood pressure usually extending over several respiratory cycles; related to variations in vasomotor tone; rhythmical variations in blood pressure.

Synonyms: Traube-Hering waves.

(05 Mar 2000)

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Traube-Hering wavesmedical dictionary

Preferred term: traube-Hering curves

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Traube's bruitmedical dictionary

Preferred term: gallop

Traube's corpusclemedical dictionary

Preferred term: achromocyte

Traube's double tonemedical dictionary

A double sound heard on auscultation over the femoral vessels in cases of aortic and tricuspid insufficiency.

(05 Mar 2000)

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Traube's dyspnoeamedical dictionary

An obsolete eponym for inspiratory dyspnoea with maximal expansion of the chest and a slow respiratory rhythm.

American spelling: Traube's dyspnea

(05 Mar 2000)

Traube's plugsmedical dictionary

Preferred term: dittrich's plugs

Traube's semilunar spacemedical dictionary

A crescentic space about 12 cm wide, bounded medially by the left border of the sternum, above by an oblique line from the sixth costal cartilage to the lower border of the eighth or ninth rib in the mid-axillary line and below by the costal margin; the percussion tone here is normally tympanitic, because of the underlying stomach, but is modified by pulmonary emphysema, a pleural effusion, or an enlarged spleen.

(05 Mar 2000)

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