(Austral & NZ) the wool clipped from a sheep’s hindquarters
[krœt-suh n] /ˈkrœt sən/ noun 1. Paul, born 1933, Dutch meteorologist and chemist: Nobel Prize 1995.
Cruveilhier Cru·veil·hier (krōō-vāl-yā’, krü-vě-), Jean. 1791-1874. French anatomist who was the first to describe multiple sclerosis.
- Cruveilhier-baumgarten murmur
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten murmur (boum’gär’tn) n. A murmur heard over the collateral veins in the abdominal wall that connect the portal and caval venous systems.
- Cruveilhier-baumgarten sign
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten sign n. An indication of hepatic cirrhosis with portal hypertension in which a murmur, created by recanalization of the umbilical vein and reverse blood flow from the liver into the abdominal veins, is heard over a Medusa head.