Tinel's sign

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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  • Tinel's sign — is a way to detect irritated nerves. It is performed by lightly tapping (percussing) over the nerve to elicit a sensation of tingling or pins and needles in the distribution of the nerve.It takes its name from French physician Jules Tinel (1879… …   Wikipedia

  • Tinel's sign — An examination test that is used by doctors to detect an irritated nerve. Tinel s sign is performed by lightly banging (percussing) over the nerve to elicit a sensation of tingling or pins and needles in the distribution of the nerve. For example …   Medical dictionary

  • Tinel's sign — a method for checking the regeneration of a nerve: usually used in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. Direct tapping over the sheath of the nerve elicits a distal tingling sensation (see paraesthesiae), which indicates the beginning of… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Симптом Тинеля (Tinel'S Sign) — метод контроля за процессом восстановления нерва: постукивание над местом прохождения нерва вызывает ощущение покалывания в дистальных отделах конечностей (см. Парестезии), свидетельствующее о начале регенерации нерва.СИМПТОМ ТРОЙСИЕРА (Troisier… …   Медицинские термины

  • Tinel-Hoffmann sign —    Also known as Tinel s sign, Tinel s sign of formication, Tinel s symptom, and Hoffmann Tinel sign. The eponym Tinel Hoffmann sign refers to the French neurologist Jules Tinel (18791952), and the German physiologist Paul Hoffmann (1884 1962),… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Sign, Tinel's — An examination test that is used by doctors to detect an irritated nerve. Tinel s sign is performed by lightly banging (percussing) over the nerve to elicit a sensation of tingling or pins and needles in the distribution of the nerve. For example …   Medical dictionary

  • Tinel's symptom —    see Tinel Hoffmann sign …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Oppenheim's sign — is dorsiflexion of the big toe elicited by irritation downward of the medial side of the tibia[1] Positive sign indicates a damage to the pyramidal tract. It is named for Hermann Oppenheim.[2][3] References …   Wikipedia

  • Myerson's sign — is a medical condition where a patient is unable to resist blinking when tapped on the glabella, the area above the nose and between the eyebrows. It is often referred to as the glabellar reflex. It is often an early symptom of Parkinson s… …   Wikipedia

  • Tinel sign — Classification and external resources Transverse section across the wrist and digits. (The median nerve is the yellow dot near the center. The carpal tunnel is not labeled, but the circular structure surrounding the median nerve is visible.) IC …   Wikipedia

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