You are concerned your patient has developed pancreatitis. Which of the following signs are indicative of this? Select all that apply.

 

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Correct

- Chvostek's Sign

- Trouseau's Sign

- McBurney's Sign

- Cullen's Sign

- Turner's Sign

Rationale

Turner's/Cullen's are indicative of pancreatitis. McBurney's Point is where you can assess for rebound tenderness in appendicitis. Chvostek and Trouseau's sign are indicative of hypocalcemia.

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