- Weber paralysis
- see under syndrome.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Weber syndrome — a syndrome caused by a lesion in a cerebral peduncle, with paralysis of the oculomotor nerve on the same side as the lesion, producing ptosis, strabismus, and loss of light reflex and of accommodation, as well as spastic hemiplegia on the side… … Medical dictionary
Weber syndrome (paralysis sign) — Web·er (syndrome (paralysis, sign) (webґər) [Sir Hermann David Weber, English physician, 1823â€“1918] see under syndrome … Medical dictionary
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