Anderson triad

Last revised by Dr Antonio Rodrigues de Aguiar Neto on 28 Jan 2022

The Anderson triad consists of the clinical findings of tachypnea and abdominal rigidity with lower thoracic or epigastric pain, associated with subcutaneous emphysema, which is usually related to esophageal rupture. 

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