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Lincoln (medical term)

Lincoln (pronounced: /ˈlɪŋkən/) is not a recognized term in the medical field. However, it is a common surname and place name, and may be associated with various medical entities or concepts as part of their names. For instance, the Lincoln sign or Branham's sign is a medical sign indicative of aortic insufficiency.


The term "Lincoln" is of Old English origin, derived from the elements "lind" (lime tree) and "colonia" (settlement). It is not known to have any specific etymology related to medical terminology.

Related Terms

  • Branham's sign: Also known as the Lincoln sign, it is a medical sign indicative of aortic insufficiency.
  • Lincoln Hospital: A common name for hospitals in various locations, named after Abraham Lincoln.
  • Lincoln procedure: A hypothetical medical procedure, as "Lincoln" is not a recognized term in medical procedures.

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