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Winterbottoms sign

Winterbottom’s sign
(Science: clinical sign) swelling of the posterior cervical lymph nodes, characteristic of early stages of african trypanosomiasis; useful for surveys or control of migrations from endemic areas of persons with preclinical infections.


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