- Stiller’s asthenia
- Stiller’s constitutional anomaly
- Stiller’s disease
- Stiller’s syndrome
A constitutional anomaly usually observed in tall and skinny individuals, characterised by prolapse of the viscera, neurasthenic tendency, gastric atonia, scarce subcutaneous tissue, and vasomotor weakness. Other features include a narrow face, long and narrow nose, flat and narrow chest and a fluctuating tenth rib (Stiller’s sign).
- B. Stiller:
Die asthenische Konstitutionskrankheit (Asthenia universalis congenita, Morbus asthenicus). Stuttgart, Enke, 1907.
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