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Wernicke triad- confusion, ophthalmoplagia, ataxia
Whipples triad- hypoglcemia symptoms, glucose infusion, recovery
Virchows triad- hypercoagalability, endothelial injury, stasis
Charcots triad- fever, pain, jaundice (cholecystitis)
Wiskot Aldrich triad- infections, purpura, eczema
Horner syndrome triad- ptosis, anhydrosis, miosis
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I think in Wernicke's triad its nystagmus instead of confusion, confusion is a part of korsakoff psychosis.

Also add beck's triad to the list, its kussamauls sign, pulsus paradoxux and muffled Heart sounds in Pericardial effusion
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Nystagmus is part of ophthalmoplegia lol
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some more [ related to kids ]
Rubella triad- cataracts, sensory neural hearing loss, PDA.
Toxoplasmosis triad- choreoretinitis, hydrocephalus, diffuse calcification in brain.
Measles prodome- cough, coryza, conjunctivitis.
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The list continues: Hutchinson triad: Parenchymatous keratitis, labyrinthine disease, Hutchinson teeth, signs of congenital syphilis.
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here are the other triads:NORMAL PRESSURE HYDROCEPHALUS :-urinary incontinence,dementia,wide based gait.............................................. ..................REYE SYNDROME- postinfectious triad ;- encephalopathty,microvesicular fatty change and increase transaminase level
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Reiter syndrome triad - Urethritis, Conjunctivitis and Arthritis..

Reiter syndrome is part of HLA-B27 associated disease, Reactive arthritis.. can give you sacroillitis and keratoderma blenorrhagicum
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sjogren's syndrome- xerophthalmia, xerostomia, and arthritis
measles- cough, conjuctivitis, coryza
polymyalgia rheumatica- flulike symptoms, joint involvement, giant cell arteritis
HUS- microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia and acute renal failure
meigs syndrome- ovarian fibroma, ascitis, hydrothorax
samter's triad- asthma, aspirin hypersensitivity, nasal polyps
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Paroxymal Noctural hemoglobinuria: Hemolytic anemia . Pancytopenia , Venous thrombosis
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Thanks for bringing this up; knowledge of triads very helpful. Just want to mention a few others:
Saint’s Triad: hiatal hernia, diverticulosis coli, & gallstones (cholelithiasis)
Metabolic syndrome: any 3 of abdominal (central) obesity, High BP, fasting Hyperglycemia, Hypertriglycerides, & low HDL levels
Cushing's triad: Widening pulse pressures (High SBP + low or nl DBP), Bradycardia & Irregular breathing [think cerebral compression and ICP/ space occupying lesion in cranium]

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I think in Wernicke's triad its nystagmus instead of confusion, confusion is a part of korsakoff psychosis.

Also add beck's triad to the list, its kussamauls sign, pulsus paradoxux and muffled Heart sounds in Pericardial effusion
I think beck triad is hypotensiom, distended neck veins and distant heart sounds
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Plummer-Vinson Syndrome triad
iron deficiency anemia+ esophageal webs + atropic glossitis
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    I think in Wernicke's triad its nystagmus instead of confusion, confusion is a part of korsakoff psychosis.

    Also add beck's triad to the list, its kussamauls sign, pulsus paradoxux and muffled Heart sounds in Pericardial effusion
    Pulsus Paradoxicus
  2. Jugular Venous Distension
  3. Muffled heart Sounds
These are the beck triad.
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