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Alder's sign

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Alder's sign

Alder's sign, also known as Klein's sign,[1] is a medical sign used to differentiate between appendicitis and tubo-ovarian pathology.[2]


  1. ^ Shivananda, Prabhu (2011). Clinical Signs and Syndromes in Surgery. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 13.  
  2. ^ Augustin, Goran (12 May 2014). Acute Abdomen During Pregnancy. Springer. pp. 8–.  
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