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Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness, Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign that is elicited during physical examination of a patient's abdomen by a doctor or other health care provider. It is indicative of peritonitis. It refers to pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.)

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  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness, Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign that is elicited during physical examination of a patient's abdomen by a doctor or other health care provider. It is indicative of peritonitis. It refers to pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.)
  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness or the Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign that is elicited during physical examination of a patient's abdomen. It is indicative of peritonitis. It refers to pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.)
  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness or the Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign in which there is pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.) It is indicative of peritonitis. It was named after German surgeon Jacob Moritz Blumberg.
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  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness, Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign that is elicited during physical examination of a patient's abdomen by a doctor or other health care provider. It is indicative of peritonitis. It refers to pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.)
  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness or the Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign that is elicited during physical examination of a patient's abdomen. It is indicative of peritonitis. It refers to pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.)
  • Blumberg's sign (also referred to as rebound tenderness or the Shyotkin-Blumberg sign) is a clinical sign in which there is pain upon removal of pressure rather than application of pressure to the abdomen. (The latter is referred to simply as abdominal tenderness.) It is indicative of peritonitis. It was named after German surgeon Jacob Moritz Blumberg.
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