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Romberg-howship symptom

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Romberg-Howship symptom

In cases of incarcerated obturator hernia; lancinating pains along the inner side of the thigh to the knee, or down the leg to the foot; caused by compression of the obturator nerve.

Synonym: romberg's symptom.