Beck's triad


Beck's triad
see cardiac tamponade [C. S. Beck (1894–1971), US surgeon]

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  • Beck's triad — see cardiac tamponade C. S. Beck (1894 1971), US surgeon …   Medical dictionary

  • Beck's triad (cardiology) — Beck s triad is a collection of three medical signs associated with acute cardiac tamponade, an emergency condition wherein fluid accumulates around the heart and impairs its ability to pump blood. The result is the triad of low arterial blood… …   Wikipedia

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  • Beck's cognitive triad — is a triad of types of negative thought present in depression proposed by Aaron Beck in 1976. The triad forms part of his Cognitive Theory Of Depression. The triad involves negative thoughts about: The self (i.e., self is worthless) The… …   Wikipedia

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  • triad — 1. A collection of three things having something in common. 2. The transverse tubule and the terminal cisternae on each side of it in skeletal muscle fibers. 3. SYN: portal t.. 4. The father, mother, and child relationship projectively… …   Medical dictionary

  • Beck triad — (bek) [Claude Schaeffer Beck, American surgeon, 1894–1971] see under triad …   Medical dictionary

  • Beck — Claude S., U.S. surgeon, 1894–1971. See B. triad. E.V.V., Russian physician. See Bek. Emil G., U.S. surgeon, 1866–1932. See B. method …   Medical dictionary

  • Beck triad — three symptoms characteristic of cardiac tamponade: a high venous pressure, a low arterial pressure, and a small, quiet heart …   Medical dictionary


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