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In medicine, Friedreich's sign is the diastolic collapse of the cervical veins due to adhesion of the pericardium, leading to a dramatic Y descent in jugular venous pressure, and may be seen in constrictive pericarditis with a calcified pericardium, and in tricuspid regurgitation.



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